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I'm Not Mad
Just Hurt lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only,
it's an excellent country song co-written and recorded by Hank Thompson.
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I'm Not Mad Just Hurt Recorded by Hank Thompson Written by Lila Derushe and Hank Thompson
G C Hey my little be-bop can't you see G D7 You avoid me shamefully G C Don't think I'm angry cause you flirt G D7 G Baby I'm not mad just hurt
C Maybe you could call it jealousy G D7 While I think love's just mean to me G C Now please don't be an extravert G D7 G Baby I'm not mad just hurt
C I hope that you don't go away G D7 And if you decide to stay A7 Make all doubts my heart dispel D7 Just one kiss would make it well
G C Hey my little be-bop destiny G D7 Proves that you're the one for me G C Not the kiss can fix up a lot of dirt G D7 G Baby I'm not mad just hurt C Hey my little be-bop I declare G D7 Call my name and I'll be there G C Something tells me be alert G D7 G Baby I'm not mad just hurt
C You're the little be-bop I adore G D7 Not a soul could love you more G C But when I turn my head you always flirt G D7 G Baby I'm not mad just hurt
C It's really shameful and you know G D7 The way you always treat me so A7 But you can't help those things you do D7 So I won't say shame shame on you
G C Hey my little be-bop a whoop e do G D7 I'm completely sold on you G C At the art of love your so expert G D7 G Baby I'm not mad just hurt
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