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Nothing At All lyrics and chords

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Nothing At All lyrics and chords are provided for your personal use only, it's a good country song recorded by the Wilburn Brothers.

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Nothing At All
Recorded by the Wilburn Brothers
Written by Fred Powers and Harold Donny
[3/4 time]

C F C
If you only care for things money can buy
G7 C
You’re a man who’s found fortune and fame
F C
Just remember before life has wilted away
G7 C
Without true love you don’t have a thing

F C
Nothing at all nothing at all
G7 C
Without love you’ve got nothing at all
F C
Nothing at all nothing at all
G7 C
Without love you’ve got nothing at all

F C
When you find a love that will never grow old
G7 C
Then you’ll know dreams are free and not bought
F C
You’ll have your cup full without treasures of gold
G7 C
And be richer than you ever thought

Repeat #2
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