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The Lonesomest Lonesome Recorded by Ray Price Written by Mac Davis
C G7 Well I scorched your favorite pan this morning
Trying to make some pancakes
Spilled the grease had to stop and mop the floor C Sat there like a little baby crying in my cornflakes F I don't think I can take it any more baby come home Dm G7 C This is the lone-somest lonesome I've ever known
F D7 Late last night I woke up trembling G7 With my arms wrapped round your pillow D7 G7 And a lump as big as Texas in my throat C Sat there in the dark and played my guitar till the sun came up F And wrote the saddest song I ever wrote baby come home Dm G7 C F C This is the lone-somest lonesome I've ever known
Dm Em The lonesomest lonesome oh the saddest sad Dm G7 C The loneliest I've ever been alone Dm Em C You were the best thing this poor boy ever had D7 Now you're gone
G7 Well tonight I'm gonna get down on my knees and say a prayer
For the first time since I can't remember when C And maybe if I'm lucky when I wake up in the morning F Dm You'll be soft and warm beside me once again baby come home
G7 This is the lonesomest lonesome C G7 C Lonesomest lonesome I've ever known G7 C Baby come home
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