A Church, A
Courtroom, Then Goodbye
lyrics and chords
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A Church A Courtroom Then Goodbye lyrics and chords are intended for your
personal use, it's a very good song by Patsy Cline. It has a slow tempo
with easy to make chords, we all can learn to play it.
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A Church A Courtroom Then Goodbye recorded by Patsy Cline written by Eddie Miller and W.S. Stevenson
G D7 The first scene was the church then the altar G Where we claimed each other with tears of joy we cried C Our friends wished us luck there forever D7 G As we walked from the church side by side D7 The next scene was a crowded courtroom G And like strangers we sat side by side C Then I heard the judge make his decision D7 G And no longer were we man and wife D7 I hate the sight of that courtroom G Where man made laws push God's laws aside C Then the clerk wrote our story in the record D7 G A Church A Courtroom And Then Goodbye D7 We walked from that courtroom together G We shook hands and once again we cried C Then it was the end of our story D7 G A Church A Courtroom And Then Goodbye
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