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I've Got To Change lyrics and chords

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I've Got To Change lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, this is a pretty country song co-written and recorded by Stonewall Jackson.

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I've Got To Change
Recorded by Stonewall Jackson
Written by Stonewall Jackson and Benny Joy

C G7
I've got to change and to stop my running round
C
She tried so hard to build me up now I'm on my way down
C7 F
She tried to keep me happy all I've caused her is pain
G7 C
Before all her love has gone I've got to change

F C
Oh how can I blame her if she too should run around
F C G7
At the times when she needs me most I'm in some other town
C C7 F
She don't deserve the way I treat her and I feel so ashamed
G7 C
Before all her love has gone I've got to change

Repeat #2

G7 C
Before all her love has gone I've got to change

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