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Can't You Hear Me Calling
lyrics and chords

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Can't You Hear Me Calling lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use, it's a great song by Ricky Skaggs. This one is very easy to do, it has a moderate tempo and the chords are easy to make.


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Can't You Hear Me Calling
recorded by Ricky Skaggs
written by Bill Monroe

Oh the days are dark and the nights are lonely
Since you left me all alone
I love you so my little darling
D7 G
I worry so since you've been gone

Sweetheart of mine can't you hear me calling
A million times I love you best
I mistreated you Lord and I'm sorry
D7 G
Come back to me is my request

I remember dear the night we parted
A big mistake is what caused it all
If you come back sunshine will follow
D7 G
To stay away would be my fall

Repeat #2


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This is a simple song to play and sing, however, that doesn't mean that it isn't a good song. I really enjoy doing it because it's pretty as well as being easy. Print Can't You Hear Me Calling lyrics and chords, practice a while and then enjoy a good old country song.