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Break Up lyrics and chords

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Break Up lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use, this one is a fifties rock and roll song that's fun to do, it was recorded by Charlie Rich

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Break Up
Written and recorded by Charlie Rich

C
Well who's that guy you been seein' most every day

He shouldn't be allowed to come and take my baby away
G7 F
Baby why don't you wake up all you gotta do is make up
G7 C
Come on baby don't break up with me


Well I saw you walkin' with him just the other night

I almost flipped when I saw him squeeze you tight
G7 F
Baby why don't you wake up all we gotta do is make up
G7 C
Come on baby don't break up with me

F
Do you remember all the things that we used to do
C
Before he came along and looked at you
D7
Do you remember when you said you loved me so
G7
Baby now please don't go

C
Well I don’t know exactly what I’m gonna do

Cause if you like him and I know that he likes you
G7 F
Baby why don't you wake up all you gotta do is make up
G7 C
Come on baby don't break up with me

Repeat #3,4

G7 C
Come on baby don't break up with me
G7 C
Come on baby don't break up with me

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