So You Think You've Got Troubles
lyrics and chords
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You Think You've Got Troubles lyrics and chords are intended for your
personal use only, this is a fun song to play and sing, it was written
and recorded by Marvin Rainwater.
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So You Think You've Got Troubles Written and recorded by Marvin Rainwater
C So you think you've got troubles G7 The more you try the worse you get C F So you think the world don't like you C G7 C Well brother you ain't heard nothing yet
Well my car sounds like an old tin can F My wife went off with another man C And I strained a muscle of my fishing hand G7 C My income tax is due
Now I lost my money in a poker game F And I think my left leg is a-goin' lame C My brother asked if I'd change my name G7 C And that's what I think I'll do
My doctor told me not to smoke F Drink nothing stronger than a coke C I'm not even supposed to hear dirty jokes G7 C For I'd laugh and strain my heart
I had every ailment known to man F From the African mumps to a dishpan hand C I lost every race that I ever ran G7 C I didn't even get a start
Now some people call me a pessimist F They say that I oughta make the best of this C Well maybe I am a pessimist G7 C That's something that I wouldn't know
But one thing I do know I'll tell you right now F I'm a-milking the wrong end of this old cow C There's too many wrinkles in this boy's brow G7 C That stuff has got to go
So I put me a bar in the back of my car G7 C And drive myself to drink
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