#03657
That Just About Does It (Lloyd Snow) video
#2461: YouTube video by NLTreasure
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Every night you go to bed cryin',
There's nothin' left to do when love is dyin';
So before the whole world knows how we're hurtin',
Don't you think it's time we pulled the curtain?

So many times I talked ya out of leavin',
So many times you've tried to fight the feelin';
But I guess we tried and failed once too often,
And now the suitcase down the hallway
does the talkin'.

And that just about does it, don't it?
That'll just about kill it, won't it?
Maybe we should call a truce,
We could but what's the use?
That just about does it, don't it?

It's sad to think that words could come between us,
And what I said, God knows, I didn't mean;
But it's time we realize this time it's over,
It's tearing us apart to stay together.

And that just about does it, don't it?
That'll just about kill it, won't it?
Maybe we should call a truce,
We could but what's the use?
That just about does it, don't it?

Maybe we should call a truce,
We could but what's the use?
That just about does it, don't it?
Don't it?

####.... Vern Gosdin [1934-2009] and Max D Barnes [1936-2004] ....####
Originally recorded by American country music artist Vernon (Vern) Gosdin of Woodland, Tennessee, on his studio album (Alone, trk#1, 1989 CD, Columbia Records, produced by Bob Montgomery). Alone was a concept album in a traditional country style. It chronicled the dissolution of Gosdin's marriage and included his final number-one hit: I'm Still Crazy.

This variant recorded by Lloyd Snow (The Way I Am, trk#10, 2000 CD, produced by Lloyd Snow of Blaketown, NL, recorded and mixed at Eagle Productions, Placentia, NL).


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