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Why Don't You Love Me (Like You Used to Do)?

This song is by George Jones and appears on the album George Jones Salutes Hank Williams (1960).

Well, why don't you love me like you used to do?
How come you treat me like a worn out shoe?
My hair's still curly, my eyes are still blue
So why don't you love me like you used to do?

Can't have no lovin' like a huggin'
And a kissin' in a long, long while
We don't get nearer, further
Closer than a country mile

So why don't you spark me like you used to do
And say sweet nothings like we used to do?
I'm the same old trouble you've always been through
So why don't you love me like you used to do?

Well, why don't you be just like you used to be?
How come you find so many faults with me?
Somebody's changed, so let me give you a clue
Why don't you love me like you used to do?

Can't have no lovin' like a huggin'
And a kissin' in a long, long while
We don't get nearer, further
Closer than a country mile

So why don't you say the things you used to say?
What makes you treat me like a piece of clay?
My hair's still curly and my eyes are still blue
So why don't you love me like you used to do?

Credits

Written by:

Sr., Hank Williams

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