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Warning Labels Recorded by Doug Stone Written by Kim Williams and Oscar Turman [3/4 time]
C F C I begged her to stay and give it one more try D7 G7 She said it’s over and she said goodbye C F C Now I’m at this bar trying to wash away my pain G7 C Every time I hear the jukebox tears fall like rain
F C Am They ought-a put warning labels on those sad country songs C D7 G7 Harmful to the heart when you’re left all alone F C Am If you’re drinking you’ll start thinking bout a love that went wrong C G7 C They ought-a put warning labels on those sad country songs
F C They warned me about cigarettes and whiskey and beer D7 G7 No one ever warned me about the music I hear C F C I don’t guess I would listen to what they say anyway G7 C But at least I’d been ready when the first sad song played
F C Am There’s nothing harder on my heart than ol’ Haggard and Jones C G7 F C They ought-a put warning labels on those sad country songs
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