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Julie Recorded by Porter Wagoner Written by Waylon Jennings
C When I married Julie she was just seventeen F A#7 C Pretty as the answer to any man's dream
From the start I gave Julie all the love that I had F A#7 C But everyone told me that Julie was bad
G7 F C For Julie liked parties and clothes that fit tight G7 Drinking and dancing and out late at night C She was everything evil with the face of a child F A#7 C And I sat home and waited while my Julie went wild A#7 C A#7 C (Julie went wild Julie went wild)
I built an empire with my own two hands F A#7 C Power and money to break any man
But with all my possessions power and gold F A#7 C Julie was one thing I couldn't control
G7 F C Though I gave Julie all my money could buy G7 And begged her to love me but she wouldn't try C For she'd only laugh as she'd walk out the door F A#7 C Each time she'd hurt me made me love her more A#7 C A#7 C (He loved her more he loved her more)
I couldn't sleep until Julie got home F A#7 C Last night she came in but wasn't alone
The things that I heard I could hardly believe F A#7 C As her and the stranger made plans to leave
G7 F C Without my Julie why I just couldn't live
G7 F G7 And this is one thing I know I could never forgive C So I wait with a pistol the bullets just three F A#7 C One for the stranger Julie and me F A#7 C One for the stranger Julie and me
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