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No. 82 (Dallas Frazier) Bonnie Owens - 1967 They warned me not to look at you and flirt with you for fun They said your book of broken hearts had names of eighty-one But still one night I let myself get much too close to you And the sunrise found me number eighty-two Sometimes when the honky tonks have closed I hear from you The town is hushed and you have missed your chance with someone new I don't know how I keep on loving you the way I do And stand the shame of number eighty-two (Instrumental Break) I know that I'm a fool to let your lips touch mine again In front of me your arms have been around my closest friends But I can't stop my wild desire from giving in to you Or hide the love of number eighty-two Sometimes when the honky tonks have closed I hear from you The town is hushed and you have missed your chance with someone new I don't know how I keep on loving you the way I do And stand the shame of number eighty-two (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - July 2011)

    


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