Ain't Nobody Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone lyrics and chords
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Ain't Nobody Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone Recorded by George Jones Written by George Glenn Jones and Earl Montgomery
G C G Well I remember back in my younger days of high school D7 Back then baseball was my biggest dream G C But when I stood in line for my turn at bat G I found that wasn't where they wanted me at A7 D7 G I wound up totting the water for all the teams
C G Well there ain't nobody gonna miss me when I'm leaving D7 There ain't nobody ever loved me very long G C No matter how much I miss our show G I get kicked around everywhere I go A7 D7 G There ain’t nobody gonna miss me when I'm gone
C G So when my Uncle Sam called me to serve my country D7 I stood up brave and smiled and packed my duds G C But to my surprise when I got there G They gave me the boots and cut my hair A7 D7 G I wound up scrubbing the floor and a peeling spuds
C G Well I met me a pretty little girl one day in Nashville D7 I loved her more than all of my wildest dreams G C She took me for my money my house and my boat G And didn't even leave me a goodbye note A7 D7 G I gave it all up boy did she strip me clean
C G There ain't nobody gonna miss me when I'm gone
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