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Love Don't Last Long is a song interpreted by Ringo Starr, released on the album Beaucoups Of Blues in 1970.

Love Don't Last Long lyrics

Her mother wrote a letter
Said, she thought it would be better
If she would just stay gone
She knew of her condition
But she wouldn't give permission
For her to come back home

So she called the boy who loved her
But all he did was snub her
Said, "Face it on your own"
Mm, mm, love don't last long

A young man got unlucky
And got busted in Kentucky
Asked his dad to go his bail
But his dad had big ambitions
With the local politicians
Told his son to go to hell

He hung himself that morning
And the note that they found on him
Said, "Dad, please take me home"
Mm, mm, love don't last long

A woman told her husband
She lived every day to love him
Nothing else fits in her plans
Then without a warning
He came home from work one morning
Found her there with another man

In a fit of anger
He took her life and the stranger's
Then he took his own
Mm, mm, love don't last long

Mm, mm
Mm, mm
Mm, mm
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