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Just About Time lyrics and chords are intended for your personal
use, it's a very good country song written and recorded by Johnny Cash.
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Just About Time Written and recorded by Johnny Cash
F C G7 C F C G7 C Having a hard time feeling blue trying to get over you G7 C Maybe it's just about time I told you I'm all through with you G7 C But just about the time I start to tell you I start feeling blue F C And just about then I lose my nerve and wait another day or two G7 C Cause just about the time I think it's over I start missing you
F C G7 C F C G7 C Hardest thing I'll ever do trying to get over you G7 C It's just about time I had my saying I told you a thing or two G7 C It's just about time I paid you back for treating me like you do F C But just about the time I get the nerve I can't seem to carry through G7 C Cause just about then an empty feeling reminds me I miss you F C G7 C F C G7 C Like to find somebody new if I could just get over you
F C G7 C F C G7 C Just don't know what I go through trying to get over you G7 C It's just about time I let you know I've had my fill of you G7 C But just about the time I think about going I start missing you F C I'd like to go find another love that'll never be untrue G7 C But just about the time I think about leaving I start missing you F C G7 C F C G7 C Having a hard time feeling blue trying to get over you
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