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Every Which Way But Loose Recorded by Eddie Rabbitt Written by Snuff Garrett, Stephen Dorff, Milton Brown
C I’ve always been the kind of man G7 Who doesn't believe in strings Am Long term obligations E7 Are just unnecessary things F G7 But girl you’ve got me thinking E7 Am While I’m drinking one more beer D7 If I’m headed for a heartache Dm G7 Then why the hell am I still here
C I’m testing my resistance G7 And it’s wearing mighty thin Am I’ve got the feeling I should leave E7 Before the roof caves in F G7 My mind tells me to move along E7 Am But my body begs me stay D7 And now I feel the need to hold you close Dm G7 And love the night away
While you’re turning me F Every which way but loose you turn me C Every which way but loose G7 C Inside the fire is burning me in my mind C7 You just keep turning me F Every which way but loose C A7 Baby there’s no excuse to turn me Dm G7 F C Every which way but loose
When the sun comes up in the morning G7 It should find us someplace new Am But right this minute all I want E7 Is to lay here next to you F G7 Those memories still keep calling me E7 Am From somewhere in my past D7 Better hurry if they want me Dm G7 Cause I can feel me fading fast
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