"Wavin' My Heart Goodbye" as written by and Jimmie Dale Gilmore Butch Hancock....
Standing in the station I got no destination
I'm waving my heart goodbye
I'm walking in the crowd and I'm talking out loud
I'm telling myself don't cry
And Lord Id rather not
Forget what I forgot
But I guess I'm gonna have to try

Standing in the station I got no reservation
I'm waving my heart goodbye
I know its not to blame but its leaving just the same
And nobody ever asked it why
Standing in the rain
Wondering if the train
Will stop before the tears will dry

Standing in the station its a sad situation
I'm waving my heart goodbye
Its moving down the track and it ain't looking back
And I'm feeling like I could die
A train is made to roam
Like a heart without a home
And I'm thinking maybe so was I

I wonder will tomorrow come to hide the sorrow. Will the sun forsake the sky?
And Lord Id rather not forget what I forgot but I guess I'm gonna have to try
Standing in the station I got no destination I'm waving my heart goodbye
Standing in the station I'm waving my heart goodbye
Bye


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"Wavin' My Heart Goodbye" as written by Jimmie Dale Gilmore Butch Hancock

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