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Commercial Affection lyrics and chords

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Commercial Affection lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a beautiful country song recorded by Mel Tillis.

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Commercial Affection
Written and recorded by Mel Tillis
[3/4 time]

C D7
I was lonely I guess the night that we met
F G7 C
In a tavern down on old Broadway
G7 C
And there were tears in her eyes
D7
And she whispered a sigh
F G7 C
Stranger please take me out of here

C7 F
But it was only commercial affection
G7 C
Cause a fool and his money will part
C7 F
Yes it was only commercial affection
G7 C
But she walked away with my heart

D7
I stood in disbelief as she hurried off to meet
F G7 C
Another fool down on Broadway
G7 C
Now many nights have come and gone
D7
Still the echo lingers on
F G7 C
Stranger please take me out of here

Repeat #2

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