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One More Payment Recorded by Clint Black Written by Clint Black, Hayden Nicholas, Shake Russell
C Ain't that the way the luck goes F C Seems like it never can be found F Break my back to make those bank notes C Payin' on and almost always broken down D7 Fix that car nine ways to Sunday G7 C And it won't start again when Monday rolls around
Ain't that the way the rent goes F C Seems like it's never going down F And that banker's bound to foreclose at this rate C I'll lose my interest in this town D7 Paint the walls mend the windows G7 C Bout that time the roof comes crumblin' to the ground
F C I've been footin' the bill for some time F C Stretchin' my credit out of line F Well I may not get ahead D7 C Am But now I won't be far behind D7 G7 C I've got one more payment and it's mine
Ain't that the way the heart goes F C Seems they just attack without a sign F My mind's been on vacation C And my body's been workin' overtime D7 But I've done all that I can do G7 C There's just one more balance due before it's mine
F C I've been footin' the bill for some time F C Step by step and line by dotted line F D7 Well I haven't bought the farm yet C Am But I'm not that far behind D7 G7 C I've got one more payment and it's mine
G7 C One more payment and it's mine G7 C One more payment and it's mine F C One more one more oh Lord
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