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very good country song recorded by Tammy Wynette.
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Brown Paper Bag Recorded by Tammy Wynette Written by Larry Gatlin
G G7 She cleans off the table throws the dishes in the sink C G And gently hangs her apron on the floor D7 In minutes she's back down at the magazine rack C D7 In the back corner of the corner grocery store
G G7 She reads of movie queens in those photo magazines C G Then fondles four or five she's gonna buy D7 Now she's takin' her life home in a brown paper bag C D7 G To read about who's livin' her life
G7 He fires up his pick-up he just got off the graveyard C G And he trudges down the road home to another D7 Cause life's so dang dead in the house where he's been dyin' C D7 He wonders why the heck he even bothers
G G7 So he stops off at a water hole and picks up a pint C G The most perfect peace of mind two bucks can buy D7 Now he's takin' his life home in a brown paper bag C D7 G Instead of just takin' his life
C G He's sittin' in his undershirt just guzzlin' down his gin D7 G She's lying on her satin sheets lovin' her leading men C G Em Dm C And neither one of them can look the other in the e--y-es A7 And now the two brown paper bags D7 Are just two garbage cans that used to hold their lives G C And now all the riches that they shared have turned to rags D7 Cause now every day they take their lives home C D7 G In two brown paper bags
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