JIM ED BROWNLove Is Worth The Tryin' Lyrics
I met her as night was leaving so the sun could shine
She smiled at me and I could see the cobwebs in her mind
Since she was running from herself she had no place to go
We spent the whole day talking and watchin' flowers grow
I learned that she had been in love a dozen times or so
The more she tried to understand the less she seemed to know
Looks like love can hardly bloom before it starts to dyin'
Makes a body wonder if love is worth the tryin'
Then midnight whispered man and woman you both outcome your needs
And so you share the warmness there beneath the tangle sheets
And just before she fell asleep I heard her softly sighin'
Thank you for reminding me that love is worth the tryin'
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