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All Fall Down lyrics and chords

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All Fall Down lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very good country recorded by Emmylou Harris and George Jones.

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All Fall Down
Recorded by George Jones and Emmylou Harris
Written by Harlan Howard and Ron Peterson

C F
Castles tall houses small
G7 C
Left alone all fall down
F
Dreams so clear disappear
G7 C
Without a sound all fall down

F
Lovers meet lovers quarrel
G7 C
Lonely boy lonely girl
F
I lost him and I have found
G7 C
Dreams like walls all fall down

F
All fall down (all fall down) all fall down (all fall down)
G7
She don't want me to call her
C
And she's told me not to bother comin' round
F
All fall down (all fall down) all fall down (all fall down)
G7
When you take a love for granted like I did
C
You're bound to see it all fall down

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