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Out of Mind
Out of Sight lyrics and chords are intended for your own personal use
only, this is a very good country song co-written and recorded by Kris
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Out of Mind Out of Sight Recorded by Kris Kristofferson Written by Kris Kristofferson and Stephen Bruton
F C Buddy tip your bottle back climb aboard the bus G7 Join your brothers in the band C F C If you ain't bombed in Birmingham then you ain't one of us G7 C We don't really give a damn
F C London is a hundred miles away from where we're at G7 And a thousand years behind C F C Splittin' from a sorry gig that left us feelin' flat G7 C Outta sight and outta mind
F C Cruisin' through the countryside we'll never see again G7 Ain't it lonesome out tonight C F C We been on this road now since I can't remember when G7 C Outta mind and outta sight
F C Well I've been everywhere and I seen everything there is G7 But I never saw the light C F C Scared to death of dyin' so I do my best to live G7 C Outta mind and outta sight
F C Knowin' no one nowhere's gonna miss us when we're gone G7 Let's keep drinkin' 'til we're blind C F C Everybody's sleepin' and I'm stuck inside a song G7 C Outta sight and outta line
F C Someday when it's over and it's time to settle down G7 And we've left it all behind C F C We can sit and wonder how we ever got around G7 C Outta sight and out of mind G7 F C Outta sight and outta mind
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