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Got Problems lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only,
this is a fun song to play and sing, it was recorded by Faron Young.
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Everybody’s Got Problems Recorded by Faron Young Written by Wanda Alley
C F I ran into an old girl the other day C G7 That married a guy I once knew C F She told me he never comes home till it's late C G7 C And when he does his dollars are few
And I said Baby F C G7 Everybody's got problems and I'm no exception to the rule C F Everybody's got problems C G7 C F If you won't tell your problems to me C G7 C Then I won't tell my problems to you
F A guy that works beside me down at the shop C G7 Said his oldest boy laid out of school C F He was loafing on the street got picked up the cops C G7 C And it just made him feel like a fool
And I said Buddy... repeat #2
F I saw Preacher Brown and he lamented to me C G7 We haven't seen you in a month or so C F Our Sunday School attendance is falling off bad C G7 C And our coughers are getting mighty low
And I said Preacher... repeat #2
F Baby every evening when the sun goes down C G7 I'm walking and wringing my hands C F You're putting me on as you're putting me down C G7 C And it's more than old Faron can stand
F C G7 But everybody's got problems and I'm no exception to the rule C F Everybody's got problems C G7 C F And Baby my biggest problem is you C G7 C Yeah my biggest problem is you
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