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only, it's an up tempo song that's fun to play and sing, it was
recorded by Johnny Cash.
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So Doggone Lonesome Recorded by Johnny Cash
C I do my best to hide this lowdown feeling G7 I try to make believe there's nothing wrong C F But they're always asking me about you darling C G7 C And it hurts me so to tell 'em that you're gone
If they ask me I guess I'd be denying G7 That I've been unhappy all alone C F But if they heard my heart they'd hear it crying C G7 C Where's my darling when's she coming home
F C I ask myself a million times what's right for me to do F C G7 To try to lose my blues alone or hang around for you C F But I make it pretty good until that moon comes shining through C G7 C And then I get so doggone lonesome
Time stands still when you're a waiting G7 Sometimes I think my heart is stopping too C F One lonely hour seems forever C G7 C Sixty minutes more to wait for you
But I guess I'll keep waiting till you're with me G7 Cause I believe that loving you is right C F But I don't care if the sun don't rise tomorrow C G7 C If I can't have you with me tonight
F C Well I know I'll keep on loving you cause true love can't be killed F C G7 I ought to get you off of my mind but I guess I never will C F I could have a dozen others but I know I'd love you still C G7 C Cause I get so doggone lonesome
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