"Killin' the Pain" as written by and Kim Chadwick/tribble Tribble....
Heartaches come and heartaches go
Sometimes they're fast sometimes they're slow
Some hang around they don't wanna leave
Oh but killin' the pain just comes easy for me

Like mile marker signs down a dead end road
Sometimes I forget how far I've gone
But when it's all a blur it's as clear as can be
Killin' the pain just comes easy for me

No it ain't that hard for somebody like me
To wind up in all the wrong company
I don't even mind a little misery
When I can't feel a thing

It might look hard but it really ain't
All I need is a town to paint
Yeah I was born with a gift it comes naturally
Killin' the pain just comes easy for me

No it ain't that hard for somebody like me
To wind up in all the wrong company
I don't even mind a little misery
When I can't feel a thing

So when life comes along and puts a hurtin' on you
And you're out doin' what we all gotta do
Just tell yourself it ain't as bad as it seems
Killin' the pain just comes easy for me

No it ain't that hard for somebody like me
To wind up in all the wrong company
I don't even mind a little misery
When I can't feel a thing


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"Killin' the Pain" as written by David Lee Murphy Bill Rice

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., CAROL VINCENT & ASSOC LLC

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