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USA Today lyrics and chords

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USA Today lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very good country song written and recorded by Alan Jackson.

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USA Today
Written and recorded by Alan Jackson

C F
Well I heard that you've been wonderin'
C F
How I'm getting along
C F
I guess that you think I can't make it
G7
With you gone

C F
I don't want you to worry
C F
Don't want you to loose any sleep
C F
But a man called long distance this morning
G7
Said they're thinking about putting me

C F
On the cover of the USA Today
C F
Story of heartbreaking pain
Dm F
Picture of the loneliest man they claim
G7 C
In the USA today

F
Well I don't sleep in the nighttime
C F
Darkness reminds me of you
C F
I lost 8 pounds since last Tuesday
G7
But could stand to lose a few

C F
I don't believe I'm too bad
C F
People say I look fine
C F
The man from the paper seems happy
G7
Says I'm bigger than the latest crime

Repeat #3

F
So if you're concerned and troubled
C F
Think you're hurting me
C F
Don't you worry cause this little thing called losing you

G7
Has made a big man out of me

Repeat #3

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