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What Have You Got To Lose lyrics and chords are intended for your
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What Have You Got To Lose Written and recorded by Tom T. Hall
C Well I've been in some bars where they serve it in big silver F Goblets and pewter and brass G7 I've been in some joints where they serve it in paper cups C And maybe an old water glass
But it's all the same in the old drinking game F When you drink and you try to forget G7 One woman who loved you and another who didn't C And I ain't seen one winner yet
F What have you got to lose C What have you got to lose G7 Try women and booze and the cigarette blues C What have you got to lose
Well I've been in some towns with some high rollin' heavies F And I know some unknowns and stars G7 The big equalizer is a good drink of liquor C When they all belly up to the bar
Some cry for fame some cry for money F And some people reach for the skies G7 But when a honky tonk heart starts crying for a honky tonk C You can't get a tear in edgewise
Now an old country boy just can't sit on the porch F And watch while the world's goin' by G7 Now he's got to be part of some social endeavor C So he gets him a jug and he tries
He'll play that old jukebox and chase them old hides F Bout daylight come to in his room G7 When that sun's comin' up he's bout half way to hell C About half way back home around noon
Repeat #3 x2
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