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Johnny Lee performs "You Could've Heard a Heart Break"

"You Could've Heard a Heart Break" is a song written by Marc Rossi, and recorded by American country music artist Johnny Lee. It was released in August 1984 as the lead single from the album Workin' for a Livin. "You Could've Heard a Heart Break" was Johnny Lee's fifth and final number one on the country chart. The single spent one week at number one and spent a total of fourteen weeks on the country chart.

Johnny Lee You Could've Heard a Heart Break Lyrics

 

Behind the bar I see some crazy things

I watch those disappearing wedding rings

A telephone call pagin' so and so

There he is shakin' his head no

'Cause he's got this girl hangin' all over him

He can't quit now, he's gone out on a limb

Then the place turns quiet as a mummy's tomb

Guess who happened to walk in the room

 

You could've heard a heart break

You could've heard a tear drop

I feel so bad for her sake

Now what's she gonna do

The chances that a fool takes

Never knowin' when to stop

You could've heard a heart break

Breakin' right in two

 

She walks on over

Tears in her eyes

And knows she's gonna hear a pack of lies

The silence is deafening

All eyes are on her

What will she say to that innocent girl

Her hands start shakin'

'Cause the words don't come

She's in shock, her whole body is numb

Everyone there is holdin' their breath

With the slightest whisper, we'll know what she says

 

You could've heard a heart break

You could've heard a tear drop

I feel so bad for her sake

Now what's she gonna do

The chances that a fool takes

Never knowin' when to stop

You could've heard a heart break

Breakin' right in two

 

You could've heard a heart break

You could've heard a tear drop

I feel so bad for her sake

Now what's she gonna do

The chances that a fool takes

Never knowin' when to stop

You could've heard a heart break

Breakin' right in two

 

You could've heard a heart break


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