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Before You Kill Us All Recorded by Randy Travis Written by Max T. Barnes and Keith Follese
C F C F Must be doing something wrong baby I don't know C F C F But the goldfish are floating at the top of the bowl C F C F And the dog he won't eat he just lays around C F C F All night long he makes a lonesome sound G7 I know I had it coming and it's all my fault F C But baby come back before you kill us all
F C F The way the plants are dying you'd swear it's fall C F C F Looks just like autumn up and down the hall C F C F And I talk to them baby like you're supposed to do C F C F But they're tired of hearing about me missing you G7 And I know you told me not to call F C But baby come back before you kill us all
F C F C Well it's a desperate situation I got a strong will to survive F C G7 But if this place is any indication I may not make it out alive
C F C F Well it's an eerie feeling in the still of the night C F C F Knowing that the cat's down to three more lives C F C F Well you've turned us all into nervous wrecks C F C F We just sit around and wonder who's gonna be next G7 And I know I had it coming and it's all my fault F C But baby come back before you kill us all
F C F C F C Baby come back before you kill us all (baby come back) F C F C Baby come back (baby come back)
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