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Do It For The Love Recorded by Jack Greene Written by David Wills
C F C She works in a café for minimum wage G7 It’s not her dream job but the bills get paid F G7 C Just to see her children smile is payment enough F C G7 C She doesn’t do it cause she wants to she does it for the love
F C Came slipping in the window nobody would know G7 He’s been out in the fast lane running out of control F G7 C But daddy caught him in the hall way now it’s time to get tough F C G7 C He doesn’t do it cause he wants to he does it for the love
F G7 C They had lessons they had to teach F G7 Am We’ve all got children we’ve got to reach F G7 C F Love ain’t easy you know it takes sweat tears and love C G7 C Don’t do it cause you have to do it for the love
F C You know that true love is bigger than life G7 It can lift you up it can cut like a knife F G7 C Just think about Calvary and the carpenter’s son F C G7 C He didn’t do it for the glory He did it for the love
F G7 C He had the lessons He had to teach F G7 Am He still has children He wants to reach F G7 C F Love wasn’t easy you know it took sweat tears and love C G7 C He didn’t do it cause He had to He did it for the love
F G7 C F Love wasn’t easy you know it took sweat tears and love C G7 C He didn’t do it cause He had to He did it for the love F C G7 C He didn’t do it cause He had to He did it for the love
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