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Heartache and Memories

Country and cowboys PB&J Old pickup trucks And rusty tailgates The stars and the sky No show and Jones But one stands above them And it's set in stone Nothing goes together Like heartache and memories Once you've loved it or lived it It's like a disease What's gone from our eyes Our minds still see That nothing goes together Like heartache and memories Like the first time you made love The who and the where The now empty seat Of a table and chairs The smell of the house At grandma's on Sunday Still take me back To a much better place Nothing goes together Like heartache and memories Once you've loved it or lived it It's like a disease What's gone from our eyes Our minds still see That nothing goes together Like heartache and memories You can't turn back time Just the hands on a clock There's no use in trying Cause it never stops Like living and dying Is just A to Z When you become the heartache You become a memory When you become a heartache You become a memory

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