"More from Habit Than Desire" as written by and Red Sovine Bill Parsons....
You tell me how you need me when you're lonely
The thought of losing me tears you apart
When you need love you think of just me only
But I'm sure it's more from habit than desire
You tell me how you lie awake and reminisce
Of when my kiss almost stops your heart
But your eyes have lost their glow your kiss has lost its fire
And I know it's more from habit than desire

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You say when I'm away you live in emptiness
Like nothings left a whole world's let you down
I wish I'd had the power to bring you happiness
But you've just grown used to havin' me around
It's just habit when you tell me that you love me
I've lost the key that opens up your heart
And your eyes have lost their glow your kiss has lost its fire
And I know it's more from habit than desire


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"More from Habit Than Desire" as written by Red Sovine Bill Parsons

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