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Listen to Lattimore Brown Bless Your Heart I Love You MP3 song. Bless Your Heart I Love You song from the album Please, Please, Please is released on Apr 2008. The duration of song is 02:37. This song is sung by Lattimore Brown. India's no. 1 music app. Over 30 million songs to suit every mood and occasion. Create your own playlists.
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Lyrics to "Don't Check On Me" song by Chris Brown: If I'm out at the bar havin' a night on the town Life of the party, pourin' shots of the brown And . .Oh, don't go reaching out 'Cause you can't have everything Your head and your heart won't feel the same Even if it feels like it every time Don't check on me if we're not together And it's probably for a reason Every heartbreak has its season It ain't always summer in June. Might run across your mind but don't worry 'bout me, no My heart is back in one piece, it ain't skipped a beat, no Feeling rested up, I ain't missing sleep, no-oh Don't take it personal if I can't reply now I'm distant 'cause I don't wanna.
Bless Your Heart" is a song made famous by country music singer Freddie Hart, and was the title track to Hart's 1972 album. The song was his third No. 1 song on the country chart. Country music writer Tom Roland wrote that the homonymy of Hart's last name ("Hart" and "heart") and the use of a common phrase ("bless your heart") in the lyrics provided the basis for the song, which is about a man who - despite his failings and feelings of unworthiness - expresses deep gratitude that his wife still loves him.
Trust no one because life is full of fake people. Whenever I trust somebody, they eventually show why I should not have. Nothing and no one could persuade you to trust somebody who has broken your heart. It would be like picking up a stone and knocking it on your head. Trust takes years to be strengthened, yet it takes seconds just to break it.