It Don't Hurt
It don't hurt like it did I can sing my song again It don't hurt like it did I can sing my song again Scraped the paper off the wall I put down carpet in the hall I left no trace of you at all And I can sing my song again I don't dream 'cause I don't sleep The moon is hanging like your hat The sun comes up well I don't see Curtains tied up like a bat The electric man looks good today Well, maybe not, well, I'm trying hard Trying hard to feel that way The electric man's a good place to start Took your paintings off the wall That one of me that you call "doll" I added on 'cause the house was feeling small Now I can sing my song again I don't think of you no more Except for everyday or two I don't think of you no more Except for in between the sun and the moon Packed up and moved out after all Bulldozed the house and watched it fall That blessed sight I still recall I can sing my song again I can sing my song again It don't hurt like it did, it hurts worse Who do I kid Woo-ooh?
Written by: SHERYL CROW, JEFFREY TROTT
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