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Conway Twitty performs "We Did But Now You Don't"

"We Did But Now You Don't" is a song written by Pat McManus, Woody Bomar and Berni Clifford, and recorded by American country artist Conway Twitty. It was released in September 1982 as the first single from the album Dream Maker. The song reached #2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.

Conway Twitty - We Did But Now You Don't  lyrics

 

Falling into love so young seemed so right

How could we know we'd grow up and grow apart?

All we really wanted was each other in the night

But, it's plain to see we've had a change of heart

The day we said I do I really did and so did you

Love came so easy, coming true

I wish we could find that love again but I'm afraid we won't

'Cause when we said I do we really did but now you don't

Wedding vows are just no good if you let 'em fade

And rings don't mean a thing when feelings die

They're just a grim reminder of the love that we once made

And the loneliness ahead for you and I

The day we said I do I really did and so did you

Love came so easy, coming true

I wish we could find that love again but I'm afraid we won't

'Cause when we said I do we really did but now you don't

The day we said I do I really did and so did you

Love came so easy, coming true

I wish we could find that love again but I'm afraid we won't

'Cause when we said I do we really did but now you don't


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