Where He's Going I've Already Been
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recorded Hank Williams Jr.
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Where He's Going I've Already Been Recorded by Hank Williams Jr. Written by Earl Montgomery, Hank Williams Jr, Daryl Cartee
G C D7 G Well I don't envy him at all when I see him by your side F C D7 G Cause I know you're making plans to take him on your loveless ride D7 G F C On his trip through pleasure and he'll love every inch of the way G F C Right up to the end where he's going with you I've already been G D7 G But I would never go back there again
C G C D7 G If I could change the pages in my book of life I would F C D7 G Rewrite the story different make it read the way it should D7 G F C G But I can't erase the mistake I made I don't have no magic pen F C Where he's going with you I've already been G D7 G But I would never go back there again
D7 C What a fool I was to fall in love with you G And try to change your ways Em A7 You will love him for a while you will laugh and you will smile Am D7 But when you're through with him he'll pay the price I paid G D7 G F And I sure won't be here through the hurt and the tears C G To pick you up at your journeys end
F C Where he's going with you I've already been G D7 G And I will never go back there again F C Where he's going with you I've already been G D7 C G But I will never go back there again D7 G Never again
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