"I Won't Love You Anymore" as written by and Bill Anderson....
I WON'T LOVE YOU ANYMORE
(George Jones - James O'Gwynn)
« © '62 Glad Music »

Do you think I'll keep on waitin' for your love while you keep date
Other fellows in this town that think you're free
I can't give something dear for nothing surely this time I'm not bluffing
I won't love you any more than you love me
You like worldly ways and riches pretty clothes and fancy stitches
And you think you're living best with all of these
But I know one thing for certain my old heart can't stand this hurtin'
It's not right to love you more than you love me
I can't run around with everyone to play with you
So why must I be the one who's always so confused
This love affair is far from even and I believe in even steven
I won't love you any more than you love me
It's not right to love you more than you love me






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"I Won't Love You Anymore" as written by James O'gwynn George Jones

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