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The Shoes You're Wearing lyrics and chords are intended for your
personal use only, it's a very good country song co-written and
recorded by Clint Black.
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The Shoes You're Wearing Recorded by Clint Black Written by Clint Black and Hayden Nicholas
G We've all seen enough wrong and right C G To know everything's not black and white C There's always something in between G No matter how long or well you live C G You don't get anything you don't give C G Still no slate is clean
Am D7 For better or worse anybody can take a look
Around and find a better man Am Upright no matter how he's faring C G No matter what kind of shoes he's wearing
The shoes he's wearing C G They don't make the man
So many people out running around C G Handicapped before they hit the ground C Thinking there's nowhere to go G Shouldn't we all be looking for ways C G To keep on seeing our better days C G We're not chained to what we know
Am But if your eyes are open and your mind is free D7 There's no telling what a man can be Am Upright no matter how you're faring C G No matter what kind of shoes you're wearing
The shoes you're wearing C G They don't make the man
Em D7 G C D7 But if you can't walk through the best of times
And the worst of times Am Find your feet still walking the line D7 You'll never carry the load worth bearing C No matter what kind of shoes you're wearing G The shoes you're wearing C G They won't make the man
C G Shoes you're wearing C G D7 C They won't make the man G C G C (Shoes don't make a man G C G C Shoes don't make a man G C G C Shoes don't make a man G C G Shoes don't make a man)
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