Laura What's He Got That I Ain't Got lyrics and chords
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Rogers, Jack Greene and others.
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Laura What's He Got That I Ain't Got Recorded by Kenny Rogers Written by Leon Ashley and Margie Singleton
C F C Laura hold these hands and count my fingers F C Laura touch these lips you once desired F G7 C Lay your head upon my chest and hear my heart beat D7 G7 Gently run your fingers through my hair
C F C Touch these ears that's listened to your wishes F C Most of them full-filled and that's a lot F G7 C Am Let your soft gentle hands caress my body Dm G7 C Then tell me what he's got that I ain't got
F G7 C Tell me what he's got that I can't give you F G7 C It must be something I was born without F G7 C Em Am You took an awful chance to be with another man Dm G7 C So tell me what he's got that I ain't got
F C Laura see these walls that I built for you F C Laura see this carpet that I laid F G7 C See those fancy curtains on the windows D7 G7 Touch those satin pillows on your bed
C F C Laura count the dresses in your closet F C Note the name upon your checkbook in your bag F G7 C And if there's time before I pull this trigger Dm G7 C Then tell me what he's got that I ain't got
Dm G7 C Then tell me what he's got that I ain't got
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