Country song about internet dating
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Ghost town and haunted love.” “Told myself that you were right for me. But that was love and it’s an ache I still remember.” “So let me thank you for your time. And if I didn’t hurt so much you know I’d give you it all.” “I wish I could make it easy. Some girls, some girls are only about that thing, that thing, that thing.” “Keep bleeding.
So please try to understand that if I could I’d call and I would be there. Some guys, some guys are only about that thing, that thing, that thing.” “Guys you know you better watch out.
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