"I'd Do It Again" as written by and Hank Thompson....
They ask me if I'm sorry that I loved her so
Someone I couldn't ever have and had to let her go
They know I'm broken hearted they've watched me when I cry
They saw a man who bowed his head and once held it so high
Was it birth of the heartaches and the tears I've shed in vain
To build my mansions in the clouds then seen them fall like rain
I only know I loved her and knew I couldn't win
But if I had it to do over I'd do it again

Some people thought me foolish and said our love was wrong
That end our world of make believe we couldn't carry on
But I wouldn't trade the treasure for things just as they were
For any precious moment that I spent with her

She made me feel so happy and she made the world seem right
The only time I really lived was when I held her tight
I could't help but love her I don't think it was a sin
And when I had it to do over I'd do it again


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"I'd Do It Again" as written by Hank Thompson

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