"Where Could I Go (But to Her)" as written by Glenn Sutton and Billy Sherrill....
Why will a man go out and cheat what makes temptation so sweet
And it's a shame that neon lights will make a man stay all night
With a girl in a bar down the street
I never meant to be that man but last night I held another's hand
Though her kisses tasted so sweet that's not what made me cheat
So I'll try and explain it if I can
Where where where could I go oh when I needed love you weren't there
And her two open arms offered love sweet and warm where could I go but to her
Please forgive my one mistake and I'd swear it's the last I'll ever make
Let those arms I need the most take me back hold me close
For loving you is a habit I can't break
Where where where could I go oh when you feel the urge to go wrong
The next time I'm tempted when my glass is emptied
Where will I go I'll go home


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"Where Could I Go" as written by Glenn Sutton Billy Sherrill

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