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I'll Be Alright Tomorrow lyrics and chords

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I'll Be Alright Tomorrow lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very good bluegrass song recorded by The Osborne Brothers.

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I'll Be Alright Tomorrow
Recorded by the Osborne Brothers
Written by Bobby Osborne and Pete Goble

G
I may be a little bit tired tonight

But I’ll be alright tomorrow
D7 G
Be alright tomorrow be alright tomorrow

I may be a little bit tired tonight

But I'll be alright tomorrow
D7 G
Cause my baby's coming home

C
Ever since she left me things ain't been right
D7
I've been out drinking every night

Repeat #1 x2

C
I got a letter just today said she's coming home to stay
D7
Said she'll never leave my arms again

Repeat #1


I may be a little bit tired tonight

But I’ll be alright tomorrow
A7 D7 G
Cause my baby's coming home

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