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Time Out

This song is by Bill Anderson and appears on the album If It's All The Same To You (1970).

Let's take time out to get aquainted again
We're man and wife we might as well be friends.

You don't kiss me like you used to kiss me
Sometimes I take that there must be somebody new
And when I come home at night
You act like you didn't even miss me
Lately honey I've even had my doubts about you.

We used to face the world and life together
We used to talk of our ambitions and our dreams
But lately we've been takin' our love for granted
We have time for everything except each other it seems.

Let's take time out to get aquainted again
We're man and wife we might as well be friends.

Let's go away and spend some time together
And see if that old spark of love's still burning bright
I want us to be close you know like we used to be
And not just two ships that pass each other in the night.

Let's take time out to get aquainted again
We're man and wife we might as well be friends...

Written by:

Harlan Howard - Richard Johnson

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