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Time Don't Run Out On Me Recorded by Anne Murray Written by Gerald Goffin and Carole King
G G7 Time don't run out on me C Cm Gotta make you love me the way you used to do G G7 Gotta get back the feeling and put wind in my sails C G And chart a course that gets me back to you back to you
Am Em G Oh the lonely days the lonely nights lookin' back in time Am Time don't run out on me C Em D7 I've gotta get back to where we used to be (where we used to be)
C Cm G G7 Time don't run out on me don't run out on me C Cm There's one more thing I gotta do before I pack it in G Gotta make the right moves G7 Say the right thing to change your mind C G And find a way to get you back again back again
Am Em G All the wasted time the lonely nights lookin' back in time Am Time don't run out on me C Em D7 I've gotta get back to where we used to be (where we used to be) C Cm G C G Time don't run out on me
Am C G Once I could catch your eye across the room Am And know just what you were thinkin' G C D7 And when I held you in my arms we'd dream as one Am D7 G But those days are gone somethin' went wrong D7 C Am D7 And when I wake up to the mornin' sun I find myself sayin'
G G7 C Time don't run out on me don't run out on me Cm G Don't run out on me time don't run out on me Am Time don't run out on me C Em D7 I've gotta get back to where we used to be (where we used to be) C Cm G Time don't run out on me
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