"USA Today" as written by and Alan Eugene Jackson....
Well I heard you've been wonderin'
How I'm gettin' along
I guess you think I can't make it with you gone
Well i don't want you to worry
Don't you lose any sleep
But a man called long distance this morning
Said they're thinkin' about puttin' me

On the cover of the USA Today
A story of heartbreak and pain
A picture of the loneliest man they claim
In the USA today

I don't sleep in the nighttime
The darkness reminds me of you
I lost eight pounds since last Tuesday
But I could stand to lose a few
I don't believe I'm too bad
People say I look fine
The man from the paper seems happy
Says I'm bigger than the latest crime

On the cover of the USA Today
A story of heartbreak and pain
A picture of the loneliest man they claim
In the USA today

So if you're concerned and troubled
Think you're hurtin' me
Don't you worry cause this little thing
Called losin' you
Has made a big man out of me

I'm on the cover of the USA Today
A story of heartbreak and pain
A picture of the loneliest man they claim
In the USA today


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"USA Today" as written by Alan Jackson

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