I Don't Have A Reason To Go To California Anymore lyrics and chords
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I Don't Have A Reason To Go To California Anymore Recorded by Willie Nelson Written by Billy Don Burns and Hank Cochran
G C G I meet her by the ocean lying in the California sun A7 D7 And she was something special like I had never found in anyone G C G But living here in Texas sure kept this ole boy on the move
She said when I wasn't with her D7 G Someone else would be pulling off her shoes
C G That gal she hypnotized me and had me buying air love tickets every week A7 D7 But every time I mention Texas she moved a little further up the beach G C Then today she finally told me long distance G Love ain't working like before D7 G And you don't have a reason to come to California anymore
C G I don't have a reason to go to California anymore A7 D7 And when she closed her heart she closed that California door G I might as well fall in the ocean C G Like I've heard it said a hundred times before D7 G Cause I don't have a reason to go to California anymore
I might as well fall in the ocean C G Like I've heard it said a hundred times before D7 G Cause I don't have a reason to go to California anymore D7 G I don't have a reason to go to California anymore
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