From the album Craft Singles

Recorded with The Mavericks in Nashville, 1996, by Russ Long at the Carport. Robert Reynolds, bass; Jerry Dale McFadden, piano; Paul Deakin, drums, Nick Kane, guitar; Gary Rue acoustic guitar and vocal. This lyric was written by Robert Sheeley.

Lyrics

I Don't Miss You So Bad

There’s a stain up on the hall wall,
Where your picture used to hang,
There’s an echo in the silence,
From those songs you always sang,
In that gentle Texas twang you always had,
Apart from that,
I Don’t Miss You so Bad,

There’s a circle on the TV,
Where your ashtray used to sit,
And there’s a big old empty closet,
Where your clothes all used to fit,
And another little bit that I could add,
Apart from that,
I Don’t Miss You so Bad,

I don’t miss your tender kisses,
And the happiness we had,
I don’t miss you, I don’t miss you, no,
I Don’t Miss You
So
Bad,

There’s a hollow in the bedspread,
Where your body used to lie,
And there’s a river on my pillow,
Where I lie awake and cry,
Even though I promised I would not be sad,
Apart from that,
I Don’t Miss You so Bad,

Apart from all that,
I Don’t Miss You so Bad,