You Don't Love Me Anymore" is a song written by Alan Ray and Jeff Raymond, and recorded by American country music artist Eddie Rabbitt. It was released in May 1978 as the second single from the album Variations. You Don't Love Me Anymore" was Eddie Rabbitt's second number one on the country chart. The single stayed at number one for one week and spent a total of ten weeks on the country chart.
Come a Little Closer Lyrics. Stand right there, inside this frame And don't you move, just stay the same For me For me If there's a note that I could sing To dangle hearts out on a string I would I would. I could tell you everything you wanna hear Just come a little closer, come a little closer You could whisper to me all your hopes and fears Just come a little closer, come a little closer I don't have a single care when you are near Just come a little closer, come a little closer You don't have to worry.
To Go Karaoke He'll Have To Go - Jim Reeves JIM REEVES I LOVE YOU BECAUSE Skeeter Davis - He'll Have To Stay Jim Reeves ~ He'll Have To Go Jim Reeves - Four Walls - Tennessee Waltz - He'll Have To Go Jim Reeves - Danny Boy Put Your Sweet Lips Closer to the Phone - Jim Reeves Put Your Sweet Lips A Little Closer (he'll Have To Go) 1959. 2:30 Jim Reeves - Put Your Sweet Lips Closer To The Phone. 2:21 Lyrics~he'll Have To Go-jim Reeves.
Yeah, yeah Uh, I hope your lips don't lie. You're a fighter, I'm the fire Make you fall in love in a minute You're a leaver, I believe ya Told me that you don't do commitment. You say it's not real But you're really close Don't know how you feel But baby, I know you know how it's supposed to be. One hit (One hit), you're mine (You're mine) I can tell your lips don't lie When you kiss it right back (Right.
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