"If Heartaches Were Nickels" as written by and Warren Haynes....
I wish you could see me
All broken down this way
But even if you saw me baby
I know, I could not make you stay,
I couldn't make you stay
You know about the high cost of living,
And some-day you're gonna have to pay some-day you're gonna have to pay

Now a woman like you needs fine things
And I knew that from the start
And I don't have much to offer
Just this old broken heart, yeah just this broken heart

And if heartaches were nickles,
I would not be here crying in the dark
Yes if wine and pills were hundred dollar bills
I might keep you satisfied
If broken dreams were limo sines I might take you for a ride

It's all I can do, to think of you
And wish you were here by my side
Oh if heartaches were nickles I'd be the richest fool alive
The richest fool alive

Yes if wine and pills were hundred dollar bills
I might keep you satisfied
If broken dreams were limousines I might take you for a ride
It's all I can do, to think of you
And wish you were here by my side
Oh if heartaches were nickles I'd be the richest fool alive
The richest fool alive


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"If Heartaches Were Nickels" as written by Warren Haynes

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