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Guitars That Won't Stay In Tune
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Guitars That Won't Stay In Tune 
Recorded by John Anderson
Written by Troy Seals and Eddie Setser

Well I grew up lean and hungry I worked hard for my money
Said I'm gonna live my life the way I please

I spent some time on the road of life saw an angel once and the devil twice
F G7 C
I come across some things that I don't need

Like a cold hearted woman whiskey in my water
Am G7 C
And only one way out of a motel room
Payments on a Cadillac and too many questions
Am G7 C
And guitars that won't stay in tune

You know there's good and bad breaks you learn from your mistakes
It's all in how you handle those do's and don’ts

A country boy is hard to convince wild and stubborn and not much sense
F G7 C
But I've got enough to know what I don't want

Repeat #2

F G7 C
Guitars that won't stay in tune


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