How Long Does It Take A Memory To Drown
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How Long Does It Take A Memory To Drown Recorded by Jim Ed Brown Written by Swany Cornette and Armenta Cornette
C G7 Dm Say it's still snowing and the lines are down G7 F C Am If you like pull yourself up the chair and sit down D7 Dm You'll have to pardon me while I'll try to drink this down F G7 C It seems the warmest thing you left around
F No I hadn't noticed that the fire was dead G7 F C Am I've been feelin' cold but I hadn't thought about that yet Dm By the way friend what time is it F G7 C How long does it take a memory to drown
F C How long does it take for a love to die G7 F A7 How long till my feelings find a place for they can hide Dm All my friends say that time will bring me round F G7 C How long does it take a memory to drown
G7 Dm By the way do you know if the mail runs today G7 F C Am No I'm just watchin' for some bills I need to pay D7 Dm No I don't know just why it is she's gone F G7 C Lord he knows I've never done her wrong
F Yes I know it's late you hate to leave this way G7 F C Am No thanks a lot girl but I guess I'd better stay D7 Won't you try me again some brighter day F G7 C Right now I've got these memories to drown
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