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Round And Round The Bottle lyrics and chords are intended for your
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Round And Round The Bottle Recorded by Tanya Tucker Written by Susan Taylor
G C G Grandma was a pretty thing when she was just sixteen D7 She fell in love with a full grown man who ran off with a barroom queen G My daddy was just a baby then but he remembers to this day Em D7 G His old man stumblin' down the street till his momma made him look away
C G D7 G Round and round the bottle goes where it stops nobody knows C G D7 Many are the good souls left alone Em G Em G Round and round the bottle spins till it knocks you down again C D7 C G And the victims of the drunkard wait at home
C G Daddy worked the oil fields all along the east Tex line D7 Then he moved us all to Tulsa where his oil wells changed to wine G C G But I remember one Christmas evening oh Santa never showed D7 And momma cried herself to sleep that night Dm G And my daddy came home with the load
C G D7 G Round and round the bottle goes where it stops nobody knows C G D7 Many are the good souls left alone Em G Em G Round and round the bottle spins till it knocks you down again C D7 G And the victims of the drunkard wait at home
C G C G My grandma’s dead and my daddy's drunk somewhere in Oklahoma C G And momma moved back to Texas long ago yeah Em C G Look at me here I am my daddy's only daughter C D7 Sharin' little secrets with a man I barely know
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