Kay Adams

Honky Tonk Heartache

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I stopped by a honky tonk just to use a phone
You werein a corner booth looking so alone
I stopped just to say helo and made my first mistake
For sitting in that corner was a honky tonk heartache

You're just a honky tonk heartache that's all you'll ever be
I gave up my foolish hope that you'd start loving me
For I no longer spend the life the way you like to live
I know your honky tonk heart in every heartache you can give
[ steel ]
What a fool I was to think that you would ever change
And even with the marriage vow everything's the same
The sun goes down the lights come on the music's turned up loud
You'll leave our home to go along to your honky tonk crowd

You're just a honky tonk heartache...
I know your honky tonk heart in every heartache you can give