"Every Rose Has It's Thorn" as written by Bennett Paul Salvay and William Garrett Walden....
We both lie silently still In the dead of the night Although we both lie close together We feel miles apart inside Was it somethin' I said or somethin' I did? Did my words not come out right? Though I tried not to hurt you Though I tried but I guess that's why, they say Every rose has its thorn Just like every night has its dawn Just like every cowboy sings his sad, sad song Every rose has its, yeah, it does I listen to my favorite song Playin' on the radio Hear the D.J. say "Love's a game of easy come and easy go" But I wonder, does he know Has he ever felt like this? And I know that you'd be here right now If I could've let you know somehow I guess, every rose has its thorn Just like every night has its dawn Just like every cowboy sings his sad, sad song Every rose has its thorns Though it's been a while now I can still feel so much pain Like the knife that cuts you, the wound heals But the scar, that scar remains I know I could have saved our love that night If I'd known what to say Instead of makin' love we both Made our separate ways But now, I hear you've found somebody new And that I never meant that much to you To hear that tears me up inside And to see you cuts me like a knife I guess, every rose has its thorn Just like every night has its dawn Just like every cowboy sings his sad, sad song Every rose has its


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"Every Rose Has It's Thorn" as written by Bennett Paul Salvay, William Garrett Walden

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