I'll Break Something More Than Just Your Heart

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I'LL BREAK SOMETHING MORE THAN JUST YOUR HEART
Written by Ed Masley

Sometimes when I drink I think about you
Sometimes when I sleep I call your name
Well I’m tossin' and I’m turnin'
Oh, don’t think about returnin'
Because I’m getting much too tired to play that game

And if I had a had a dime for all the times you broke me down
I’d buy myself a sheriff and run you out of town

Don’t darken up my door after you tore my world apart
Cause I’ll break something more than just your heart

Sometimes late at night I might forgive you
Sometimes that I think that you’ll be true
Well I’m wishing and I’m prayin'
That these stupid things I’m sayin'
Don’t signify that I’d still fall for you

And if I had a had a dime for all the times you broke me down
I’d buy myself a sheriff and run you out of town
Don’t darken up my door after you tore my world apart
‘Cause I’ll break something more than just your heart

Sometimes when I’m lonely
I get so lonely and I think of you
And me, by why can’t I see it's only
Wasted time, wasted tears I’m crying over you

And if I had a had a dime for all the times you broke me down
I’d buy myself a sheriff and run you out of town
Don’t darken up my door after you tore my world apart
Cause I’ll break something more than just your heart
I’ll break something more than just your heart
I’ll break something more than just your heart

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from THE HIGHBALLERS, released January 11, 2014
Kendall Jackson - Vocals, rhythm guitar, acoustic guitar
Victoria Patchen - Vocals
Sean Lally - Lead guitar, acoustic guitar
Drake Sorey - Drums
Mike Barrientos - Bass

Written by Ed Masley

Produced and Engineered by Don Zientara

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The Highballers Washington D.C., D.C.

"Songs about hard-drinking, crime, sex, heartache and the seamier side of life comprise the core of The Highballers’ music. The band’s sweet savory harmonies meld flawlessly with the twang of Fender telecasters. The Highballers’ brand of country can’t be pigeon-holed into one type of sound; their music is rough and tumble and at the same time can be evocative and haunting."

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