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Two Doors Down Recorded by Dwight Yoakam Written by Dwight Yoakam and Kostas
D7 G D7 G Two doors down there's a jukebox that plays all night long C G C G Real sad songs all about me and you D7 G Two doors down there's a barmaid that serves 'em real strong A7 D7 Here lately that's how I make it through
G D7 G Am C Two doors down there's a heartache that once was my friend G D7 G D7 And two doors down there's a memory that won't ever end G D7 G Two doors down there's a barstool that knows me by name C G C G And we sit there together and wait for you
D7 G Two doors down there's a bottle where I take out my shame A7 D7 And hold it up for the whole world to view G D7 G C Two doors down there's a pay phone but no calls come in G D7 G And two doors down there's a memory that won't ever end
C G From the hotel to the barroom is just a stumble and a fall D7 And sometimes when it gets bad I've been known to crawl G C G Freedom from sorrow is just two doors away D7 G D7 I'll escape for a short time but I know I can't stay
G D7 G Two doors down is where they'll find me when you're finally through C G C G Taking what's left of my life D7 G Two doors down is where they'll leave me when payment comes due A7 D7 For the hours I've spent there each night
G D7 G C Two doors down I'll be forgotten but until then G D7 C G Two doors down there's a memory that won't ever end
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