Neal McCoy is the self-titled album released by American country music artist Neal McCoy in 1996. His fifth studio album overall, it features the singles "Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye" (a cover of The Casinos' hit single from 1967), "Going, Going, Gone" (previously recorded by Bryan White on his self-titled debut album), and "That Woman of Mine". The song "Hillbilly Rap" is a country rap song which samples "The Banana Boat Song", "The Ballad of Jed Clampett", and "Rapper's Delight". This Time I've Hurt Her More (Than She Loves Me)". Now I Pray for Rain". No Doubt About It". "Wink".
Album Fire and Smoke. This Time I've Hurt Her More (Than She Loves Me) Lyrics. She wore that falling out of love look I even swore upon the Good Book Still the last lie I told her Was the one she couldn't believe. No more crying on her shoulder She won't even let me hold her Cause this time I've hurt her more than she loves me. I've been too busy drinking She's been too busy thinking About the kind of love she needs And a man she never sees
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Paul McCartney and his band perform more than 40 songs in concert for an appreciative Japanese audience. The Cure - A Thousand Hours (Remix). The Catacombs of Paris.
Sometimes we are hurt more than we deserve because we love more than they deserve. 30. When people hurt you, think of them like a sand paper. If you love too much, care too much, expects too much then definitely, you will be in great pain. We should avoid hurting somebody. If you have already experienced being hurt then you must have known the feeling of having pain in your heart.
LyricsThis Time I've Hurt Her Mor. onway Twitty She wore that fallin' out of love look I even swore upon the good book Still the last lie I told her. Was the one she couldn't believe No more cryin' on her shoulder She won't even let me hold her And this time I've hurt her more than she loves me I've been too busy drinkin', she's been too busy thinking 'Bout the kind of love she needs and the man she never sees But Lord, she's already
Her long brown waves of hair was scattered on the table around her head. The scribbling of blunt lead pencils was unheard by me while I spent the lesson indiscreetly adoring her angelic face while she slept and her nose bled a dark crimson onto the back of her hand. Her eyes lazily fluttered open and caught me staring. I sat there for a short moment until I pointed at my nose with my pencil, mumbling that her nose was bleeding
CreditsNeal McCoy - Primary Artist
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