Achy Breaky Heart
Words:Don Von Tress
Music:Don Von Tress
Performed By:  Billy Ray Cyrus
Copyright:© 1992 Polygram Records, Inc, NY
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Albums: "Some Gave All" (Mercury, licenced from Polygram Special Markets)


You can tell the world
You never was my girl,
You can burn my clothes when I'm gone,
Oh you can tell your friends
What a fool I've been
And laugh and joke about me on the phone.

You can tell my arms
Go back into the farm,
You can tell my feet to hit the floor.
Oh, you can tell my lips,
tell my fingertips,
They won't be reachin' out for you no more.

Don't tell my heart, my achy breaky heart,
I just don't think he'd understand,
And if you tell my heart, my achy breaky heart,
He might blow up and kill his man.

You can tell your ma
I moved to Arkensaw,
You can tell your dog to bite my leg,
Go tell your brother twin,
His first will tear my lip,
He never really liked me anyway.

Oh, tell your Aunt Louise
Tell anything you please,
?????????? knows I'm not OK,
Oh you can tell my eyes
To watch out for my mind,
It might be walking out on me today.

Don't tell my heart, my achy breaky heart,
I just don't think he'd understand,
And if you tell my heart, my achy breaky heart,
He might blow up and kill this man.

Don't tell my heart, my achy breaky heart,
I just don't think he'd understand,
And if you tell my heart, my achy breaky heart,
He might blow up and kill this man.

Don't tell my heart, my achy breaky heart,
I just don't think he'd understand,
And if you tell my heart, my achy breaky heart,
He might blow up and kill this man.

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