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Up To My Ears In Tears lyrics and chords

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Up To My Ears In Tears lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very good country song co-written and recorded by Alan Jackson.

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Up To My Ears In Tears
Recorded by Alan Jackson
Written by Don Sampson and Alan Jackson

G C
You told me you don't love me you walked out the door
D7 G
I stood there feelin' lonely then the tears began to pour
C
What else could I do I'd never felt like that before
D7 G
So I cried an ol' blue river in the middle of the floor

C
Now I'm up to my ears in tears
D7 G
I'm cryin' night and day since you went away
C
The things you used to say honey I no longer hear
D7
That water's cold and clear
G
I'm drownin' for you dear up to my ears in tears

C
Well I found some old love letters you wrote me years ago
D7 G
But the words all ran together when the tears began to flow
C
Cause you left that water runnin' now it's got nowhere to go
D7 G
If I can't wash away your memory guess I'll just go under slow

Repeat #2 Cause I'm up... repeat #2 Yeah I'm up...

D7
Yeah that water's cold and clear
G
I'm drownin' for you dear up to my ears in tears

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