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Girl At The Bar Written and recorded by Conway Twitty
D7 Don't go too far with the girl at the bar C D7 G She'll only bring you misery
C G A bottle on the table empty glass in trembling hand D7 C G Through tear dimmed eyes I watch her as she talks to another man C G A picture of true loveliness this girl I used to know D7 C G But then I found she slipped around and I had to let her go
C G But it's all right to have a drink or two with my old used to be C G Or hold her while the jukebox plays a tender melody D7 Don't go too far with the girl at the bar C D7 G She'll only bring you misery
C G Not too many months ago we planned our wedding vows D7 C G And I was the man who stood where you are standing now C G I believed the things she said I gave my heart away D7 C G But they were lies and that is why I'm all alone today
C G This bottle and this empty glass are all that's left for me C G She's found another heart to break and has forgotten me D7 Yes I went too far with the girl at the bar C D7 G Heartaches now blur my memory
C D7 G To her I'm just another used to be
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