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Just A Little Lonesome
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Just A Little Lonesome
Recorded by Bobby Helms
Written by Cindy Walker

G G7
Always just a little lonesome
C G
Always just a little blue

Always want to cry a little
A7 D7
When I remember you

G G7
And though this broken heart you've left me
C B7
Don't ache the way it used to do
C G
I'm only just a little lonesome
A7 D7 G
Always just a little blue

G7
Always just a little lonesome
C G
Always just a little blue

Always get that little heartache
A7 D7
Each time I think of you

G G7
Somebody else may make me happy
C B7
But in my heart I know it's true
C G
I'll always be a little lonesome
A7 D7 G
Always I'll always be a little blue

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