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HUSBANDS AND WIVES (Roger Miller) Roger Miller - 1966 The Five Americans - 1967 Neil Diamond - 1971 The Everly Brothers - 1973 Ringo Starr - 1974 David Frizzell & Shelly West - 1981 Willie Nelson & Roger Miller - 1982 Brooks & Dunn - 1998 Also recorded by: Roy Drusky; B.J. Thomas. Two broken hearts, lonely, looking like houses Where nobody lives, Two people each having so much pride inside, Neither side forgives. The angry words spoken in haste, Such a waste of two lives. It's my belief pride is the chief cause In the decline in the number of husbands and wives A woman and a man, a man and a woman, Some can, some can't and some can. Two broken hearts, lonely, looking like houses Where nobody lives, Two people each having so much pride inside, Neither side forgives. The angry words spoken in haste, Such a waste of two lives. It's my belief pride is the chief cause In the decline in the number of husbands and wives. Husbands and wives.

    


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