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Untanglin' My Mind Recorded by Clint Black Written by Merle Haggard and Clint Black
C G7 C I guess you're glad to see I'm finally leaving Am Em Dm G7 I know things for you will change now for the good F C But it's all that I can do to pack my suitcase D7 G7 And walk away from you the way I should
C G7 C And I can't seem to find the voice of reason Am Em Dm G7 Everything seems upside down and right side wrong F C While a part of me is here and won't like leaving G7 C The rest of me the best of me is gone
F A# F C I'm sure no one will wonder where I've gone to F D# A# But if anyone should ask from time to time F A# F C Tell them that you finally drove me crazy G7 C G7 And I'm somewhere untanglin' my mind
C G7 C Well tell 'em I won't be ridin' I'll be walking Am Em Dm G7 Cause I don't think a crazy man should drive F C Anyway the car belongs to you now D7 G7 Along with any part of me that's still alive
C G7 C But there's really not much left you could hold on to Am Em Dm G7 And if you did it wouldn't last here anyway F C It would head to where the rest of me rolled on to G7 C So even if I wanted to I couldn't stay
F A# F C I'm sure no one will wonder where I've gone to F D# A# But if anyone should ask from time to time F A# F C Tell them that you finally drove me crazy G7 C Am And I'm somewhere untanglin' my mind
Dm G7 C I'm somewhere untanglin' my mind
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