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Gram Parsons - Love Hurts

Love hurts, love scars
Love wounds and mars
Any heart not tough
Nor strong enough

To take a lot of pain
Take a lot of pain
Love is like a cloud
Holds a lot of rain

Love hurts
Mmm mmm, love hurts

I'm young, I know
But even so
I know a thing or two
I've learned from you

I've really learned a lot
Really learned a lot
Love is like a stove
Burns you when it's hot

Love hurts
Mmm mmm love hurts

Some fools think of happiness
Blissfulness, togetherness
Some fools fool themselves, I guess
But they're not fooling me

I know it isn't true
Know it isn't true
Love is just a lie
Made to make you blue

Love hurts
Mmm mmm love hurts
Love hurts
Mmm mmm love hurts

Ohh, ohh, love hurts

"Love Hurts" is a song by American songwriter Boudleaux Bryant that was first recorded by American duo The Everly Brothers in July 1960. Subsequently covered by numerous artist, the version by American musician Gram Parsons was recorded as a duet with a young Emmylou Harris for Parsons' second, and final, solo studio album, "Grievous Angel", recorded during summer 1973 (shortly before his death in September 1973) and released posthumously in January 1974.