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Just A Swallow Away lyrics and chords are intended for your personal
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Relief Is Just A Swallow Away Recorded by George Jones Written by Eddie Noack
G D7 Well I’m a-standin' in the tavern a-feelin' blue G My foot on the rail just a-thinkin' 'bout you C But I won't be blue all day G D7 G Because relief is just a swallow away
D7 Well I've been blue before and I will again G I'll drown all my worries or I'll teach 'em how to swim C And I won't be the one to pay G D7 G Because relief is just a swallow away
C G Yes you thought when you left I wouldn't have any fun D7 G I'll admit I worried but I won't be long C G We're apart because you wouldn't swallow your foolish pride A7 D7 So you hurt me deep inside
G D7 But you're not the first to hurt me and you won't be the last G Can't tell the future but I've learned from the past C As long as there's a cabaret G D7 G I know relief is just a swallow away
C G Well I looked down the bar and what did I see D7 G Your sad lookin' face a-lookin' back at me C G Wishin' you could turn time a few hours back A7 D7 Get off of that one-way track
G D7 Well you want me to come over but I'll tell you true G You're as close to me as I am to you C And that may still be too far away G D7 G Because relief is just a swallow away D7 G I said relief just a swallow away
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