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LOVIN' YOU AGAIN
Emmylou Harris


(Roger Ferris)

You call me from a phone booth with tears in your voice
Tell me you've been out all night runnin' with the boys
You say you're cold and tired and lonely
And you got no place to go
There wasn't any phonebook
Mine's the only number that you know

Well call yourself a taxi and I'll pay 'im at the door
If you don't mind sleepin' on the sofa or on the floor
And I spend an hour hatin' you
'Til the cab pulls in
My heart has found another way
To be loving you again

And every time is the last time
And every time is the first
Everytime is the last time with you
Oh it never gets no better
And it couldn't get no wore

Then I hear the footsteps the driver's at the door
He says I look familiar has he made this run before
And I tell him I don't think so
What's it matter anyway
Just tell me what the meter reads
And I'll go and get your pay

Well now it's down to you and me though it don't seem right
We both know where we'll be and what we'll do tonight
And after an hour or two
When the night comes to an end
My heart has found another way
To be lovin' you again

And every time is the last time
And every time is the first
Everytime is the last time with you
Oh it never gets no better
And it couldn't get no worse

I know that there should be more to say I'll just reed your mind
Let's save what's left unsaid for another time
'Cause I know there'll be another time
So until then
My heart has found another way
To be lovin' you again
My heart has found another way
To be lovin' you again
Oh, my heart has found another way
To be lovin' you again


EMMYLOU HARRIS

Emmylou Harris (born April 2, 1947 in Birmingham, Alabama) is an American singer-songwriter and musician. In addition to her work as a solo artist and bandleader, both as an interpreter of other composers' works and as a singer-songwriter, she is a sought-after backing vocalist and duet partner, working with numerous other artists including Gram Parsons, The Band, Linda Ronstadt, Roy Orbison, Dolly Parton, Mark Knopfler, Guy Clark, Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan, Rodney Crowell, John Denver and Neil Young. ... Read More