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Ain't Worth The Powder lyrics and chords

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Ain't Worth The Powder
Recorded by David Allan Coe
Written by Max D. Barnes and Gib Guilbeau

I came up the hard way and fought with my back to the wall
G7 D7 G7 C
Sometimes down to nothin' but right now babe we've got it all
C7 F
Looking back now when it comes down to facing the truth
G7 D7 G7 C
Ain't worth the powder to blow me to hell without you

That's my Silver Eagle and my name up in lights
G7 C
And those big blue white diamonds they can't keep me warm late at night
Here in the spotlight my dreams have come true
G7 C
But I ain't worth the powder to blow me to hell without you

Well you know if the time ever comes baby
F G7
When it's down to just win lose or draw I don't care what they take

They can take what they want to as long as they leave you
Cause you're the most precious thing of all

Repeat #2

G7 F C
No I ain't worth the powder to blow me to hell without you


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