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Nobody's Business But My Own Recorded by Jean Shepard Written by Irving Taylor
G You've got a gal you love on Sunday C G Then you've got another for Monday D7 Ain't nobody's business but my own G Sittin' by the phone waitin' for you to call C While you're out a havin' a ball G D7 G Ain't nobody's business but my own
C Nobody's business nobody's business G D7 Nobody's business but my own G C Nobody's business nobody's business G D7 G Nobody's business but my own
All night long you're playin' poker C G Now tell me what's the name of that joker D7 Ain't nobody's business but my own G I come over and say here I am C And then I hear that backdoor slam G D7 G Ain't nobody's business but my own
You wear the prettiest ties and collars C G Tell me where do you get those dollars D7 Ain't nobody's business but my own G You're always talkin' bout settlin' down C When I bring you a ring you're ain't around G D7 G I'll be there the next time that you call
Now let's not fuss and let's not fight C G I'm sick and tired of sayin' goodnight D7 Let's make up and hold each other tight G We both know we're birds of a feather C Let's go into business together G D7 G We can start a business of our own
Repeat #2 X2
D7 G Ain't nobody's business but our own
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