Guilty conscience
Eddie & Hank Cochran - 1955

Guilty conscience, don’t you have a guilty conscience,
honey, when you hold someone new?

When you look into his eyes and tell him all those lies,
honey, don’t your conscience bother you?

Don’t your conscience bother you when your hear my name?
Knowin’ how you hurt your darlin’ should fill your heart with shame.

Guilty conscience, guilty conscience.
Honey, don’t your conscience bother you?

Guilty conscience, don’t you have a guilty conscience
when you hold another in my place?

When you’re walkin’ by his side, dear, are you satisfied
or does a guilty conscience bother you?

I still remember all the things you said that wasn’t true.
And when you’re holding someone else, don’t you remember too?

Guilty conscience, guilty conscience.
Honey, don’t your conscience bother you?

Guilty conscience, don’t you have a guilty conscience,
honey, when you hold someone new?

When you know that it is smart you jump from heart to heart.
Honey, don’t your conscience bother you?

You told me once that you would love me till eternity
and now you’re tellin’ someone else the same as you told me.

Guilty conscience, guilty conscience.
Don’t a guilty conscience bother you?

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