"Hank's Song" as written by Tommy Collins and Bettie Westergard....
I just don't like this kind of living when nobody's lonesome for me
I'm heading down the long lost highway may you never be alone like me
Your cold cold crazy cheating heart gave me the lovesick blues
I can't help it if you win again you know I still want you
I'd like to turn back the years when we heard the wedding bells chime
When I was howling at the moon and your cheating heart was mine
A mansion on the hill is a house without love
Why don't you love me like you used to do
You're gonna change or I'm a gonna leave but I could never be ashamed of you
I hear that lonesome whistle blowing never again will I knock on your door
I'm sorry for you my friend but why should we try anymore
Jambalaya and ol' Kaw-Liga go on and set the woods on fire
From now on you'll be moaning the blues for I'm a long gone daddy now


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"Hank's Song" as written by Tommy Collins Bettie Westergard

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