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It's Lonesome lyrics and chords

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It's Lonesome lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's really a pretty country song recorded by Billy Walker.

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It's Lonesome
Recorded by Billy Walker
Written by Hank Cochran

G C
I've walked a million miles across this floor
D7 G
And a million times I’ve opened this door
C
But all that ever enters is the blues
D7 G
Hmm it's lonesome without you

C
I know we just broke up two days ago
D7 G
But it seems a million years or so
C
To get you back there's nothing I want do
D7 G
Hmm it's lonesome without you

C G
If I could count high enough I'd let you know
A7 D7
How many times I wished that you'd walk through that door
G C
And love me as only you can do
D7 G
Hmm it's lonesome without you

Repeat #3

C
Oh love me as only you can do
D7 G
Hmm it's lonesome without you

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