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beautiful song recorded by Elvis Presley. For many of us, it's a little
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My Way recorded by Elvis Presley Written by J. Revaux and C. Francois, Paul Anka
C Em And now the end is near Gm A7 And so I face the final curtain Dm My friend I’ll say it clear G7 C I’ll state my case of which I’m certain
I’ve lived a life that’s full F Fm I’ve traveled each and every highway C G7 And more much more than this F C I did it my way
Em Regrets I’ve had a few Gm A7 But then again too few to mention Dm I did what I had to do G7 C And saw it through without exemption
I planned each charted course F Fm Each careful step along the byway C G7 And more much more than this F C I did it my way
Yes there were times I’m sure you knew F When I bit off more than I could chew Dm G7 But through it all when there was doubt Em Am I ate it up and spit it out Dm G7 I faced it all and I stood tall C And did it my way
Em I’ve loved I’ve laughed and cried Gm A7 I’ve had my fill my share of losing Dm And now as tears subside G7 C I find it all so amusing
To think I did all that F Fm And may I say not in a shy way C G7 No oh no not me F C I did it my way
For what is a man what has he got F If not himself then he has naught Dm G7 To say the words he truly feels Em Am And not the words of one who kneels Dm G7 The record shows I took the blows C And did it my way
Dm G7 The record shows I took the blows C And did it my way
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