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lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use, it's a fun song
Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn. It's an easy one to learn, the chords
are easy and the lyrics are entertaining.
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Barroom Habits recorded by Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn written by Wayne Kemp C Well the kids came out to play last Sunday morning G7 And I came in from playing all night long C I walked in and slammed the door F And put my cigarette out on the floor C G7 C And I told her a dirty joke and the fight was on Well you better quit bringing those barroom habits home to mama G7 Yeah you better quit calling me Rosie when you know that's not my name C When you come home it's like a bad dream F I follow you round trying to keep the place clean C G7 C You better quit bringing those barroom habits home to mama Last night I got high and I got lonesome G7 And I remember just what I needed was waiting at home C I popped a top all over the wall F And after that she wasn't friendly at all C G7 C And I could tell by the look in her eye that I done something wrong
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