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Hello I'm an Old Country Song Recorded Dale Watson Written by Chris Wall and Dale Watson
C G7 C Hello I'm an old country song F C I ain't been around in a while G7 C But it ain't like I'd really been gone D7 G7 I'm more like an old suit that's just gone out of style
C G7 C Hey I heard you found somebody new F C Someone younger more hip more alive F C F Not much to say so I just lift away C G7 C Till I slid off your radio dial
F C I'm here if you ever want me G7 C An old friend you forgot that you had F C If those yearnings ever haunt you F C G7 C Lend an ear I'll give you a hand
G7 C We’ve been through a lot you and I F C We've cursed we've laughed we've cried F C Through love and divorce and the horrors of war D7 G7 When the young ones were born and the old folks they died
C G7 C Sometimes I hit too close to home F C And the truth ain't what you want to hear F C F We're old friends you and I I wouldn't tell you a lie C G7 C Even if it spared you a tear
G7 C Perhaps I'm too sad and forlorn F C A product of some bygone age G7 C A little too haggard and worn D7 G7 Since I kicked out the footlights and walked off the stage
C G7 C I thought I'd just drop you a line F C And let you know hey I'm still around F C F If you're ever in need just listen to me C G7 C And say hello to that old country song
G7 C Say hello to an old country song
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