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LITTLE FOLKS (Jack Clement) Hank Cochran - 1965 Charley Pride - 1967 We've decided we can't work it out We might as well call it a day We've agreed to disagree And go our separate ways We just don't seem to get along We argue and we fuss So we've agreed that to part as friends Is best for both of us But what's gonna happen to the little folks The little folks, the little folks What's gonna happen to the little folks Who live in our house Since we've decided we can't work it out We might as well end it this time We've fought enough and fussed enough And said too much this time So we've agreed that the thing to do Is set each other free You go your way and I'll go mine That's best for you and me What's gonna happen to the little folks The little folks, the little folks What's gonna happen to the little folks Who live in our house Well maybe someday we'll look back And see how foolish we've been 'Cause we might find it's the little ones Who lose in the end So maybe things are not so bad We're still in love you and I And maybe we can work it out If we give it one more try We owe that much to the little folks The little folks, the little folks We owe that much to the little folks Who live in our house (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - January 2011)

    


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