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Little Bitty Crack In Her Heart Recorded by Randy Travis Written by Jim Rushing and Shawn Camp
C Shattered inside and scattered around F Were pieces of her broken heart C I gathered her up the pieces I found F G7 I put her back together like a busted guitar C But some glue holds and some glue don't F In spite of everything I tried C G7 C Somebody's stole my darlin' right before my very eyes
F He didn't walk talk or push his way in C Or fly through the windows on a gust of hot wind D7 F G7 He didn't sprout wings and he sure wasn't playin' no harp C F As low as he was I couldn't see him slitherin' around in the dark C G7 C He must of crawled through a little bitty crack in her heart
Copin' with gone and hopin’ I'm wrong F C But I sure see a definite change
There's a look in her eyes that's sayin' goodbye F G7 And her snuggle when I hold her don't feel the same
C The way her heart beats for that sneaky thief F You would picture him dark and tall C But the feller that stole my darlin' G7 C Lord he'd have to be very small
F As low as he was I couldn't see him slitherin' around in the dark C G7 C He must of crawled through a little bitty crack in her heart G7 C Lord he must of crawled through a little bitty crack in her heart
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