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Second Thoughts Recorded by the Statler Brothers Written by Don Reid and Harold Reid
G C G It was in the high school yearbook dated May of '55 C G D7 We were voted the couple most likely to survive G C G Even teachers never doubted we were more than just friends C D7 G But your momma had some second thoughts back then
C G When you went off to nursing school I kept my job in town C G D7 To show your folks that I was old enough to settle down G C G D7 G When you came home for holidays we were happy without sin C D7 G But your momma had some second thoughts again
C G D7 G Does your momma know I'm rich and happy well almost that is C D7 Has she ever said that maybe she was wrong G C G All she ever really wanted was to have the best in you C D7 G And that's all I ever really wanted too
C G Thanks to her she made me want to prove I could succeed C G D7 But thanks to her I'll never have the one thing that I need G C G And if she reads the papers and remembers who I am C D7 G She's probably having second thoughts again
C G D7 G Does your momma know I'm rich and happy well almost that is C D7 Has she ever said that maybe she was wrong G C G All she ever really wanted was to have the best in you C D7 B7 And that's all I ever really wanted too
C D7 G That's all I ever really wanted too
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