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Somebody's Stealing My Songs Recorded by Red Steagall Written Glenn Sutton
C F C Well I’ve been livin’ in Nashville 2 or 3 weeks I guess
Been writin’ hits songs nearly all of my life D7 G7 Gotta ‘em all right here on the cassette C I moved next door to the brother-in-law F C Of Hank Snow’s bus driver’s best friend F C I know all about them Opry folks D7 G7 C Cause I learned it all from him
I wrote this tune about midnight oil F C And showed Barbara Mandrell my song
She said honey I’ve already recorded that thing D7 G7 I said Barbara you gotta be wrong C I wrote that tune while I was in Leavenworth F C It’s been right here on my cassette all along F C Am I put it on tape and mailed it back to myself D7 G7 C But somebody stole my song
F I been savin’ songs all my life C I ain’t never had one hit yet F C Am It’s a foregone conclusion it ain’t no illusion D7 G7 I can’t play a guitar like Chet F I’ve done decided that I’m a hit song writer C Am And I’ll get rich before long D7 G7 C If I can keep everybody from stealing my songs
I wrote Oakie from Milwaukee F C That was back in sixty-three
I wrote Rose-A-Bowl San Angelo D7 G7 Finished that’en last week C I’m always amazed how close F C Them other writers get to me F C I wrote Tie That Purple Ribbon Am D7 G7 C Round that old Hackberry tree
F I’ve been sangin’ songs all my life C Ain’t never had one hit yet F C Am It’s a foregone conclusion it ain’t no illusion D7 G7 I can’t play a guitar like Chet F But I’ve done decided that I’m a hit song writer C Am And I’ll get rich before long D7 G7 C If I can keep everybody from stealin’ my songs
D7 G7 C If I can keep everybody from stealin’ my songs
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