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If It's All
The Same To You lyrics and chords intended for your personal use only,
this is an excellent country song recorded by Ray Price.
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If It's All The Same To You Recorded by Ray Price Written by Arthur Hancock
G C D7 G C If it's all the same to you I'll be leaving in the morning Am C D7 I'll be going to some different place it's all I know to do C D7 I have thought the whole thing through G C And I can feel the doubts a forming Am C D7 G So I'll be leaving in the morning if it's all the same to you
D7 G It's so hard to bear the thought you might be changin' D7 G Especially that you’d want another man D7 G But I've never been the kind to try arrangin' A7 D7 Something that's just not in your plan
C D7 G C And if it's all the same to you I'll be leaving in the morning Am C D7 Though my life will be an empty road and lonely without you C D7 G C Don't spare me any feelings tell me what your thoughts are forming Am C D7 G And I'll be leaving in the morning if it's all the same to you
D7 G I have tried to give you love and understanding D7 G But there must be something you want that I don't have D7 G If you've no need to take the treasure that I'm handing A7 D7 Then I guess it's best we'd take a different path
C D7 G C If it's all the same to you I'll be leaving in the morning Am C D7 I can't make it on my own alright it seems the thing to do C D7 G C Let's sit down and talk it over and you should take it as a warning Am C D7 G Cause I'll be leaving in the morning if it's all the same to you
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