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Wherever You Go Recorded by Clint Black Written by Clint Black and Hayden Nicholas
G Bottle of scotch whiskey not very smooth C Like snake bite cure from the medicine man G Not bad poison if there's something to soothe C It's a whole other world in the palm of your hand
G Out of this world and out of your mind C Just like it don't matter what you're leaving behind G Trying to change your life you change your point of view C But no matter what you do it's the same old you
D7 G Wherever you go there you are C D7 G You can run from yourself but you won't get far F D7 G You can dive to the bottom of your medicine jar C D7 G But wherever you go there you are
Bottle of scotch whiskey whatever you find C When you're out on wire it's a matter of time G Changing every moment when you're taking the fall C There's everything to gain when you're losin' it all
G Feel your head spinning with your feet on the ground C You climb the wrong ladder and it's keeping you down G Think you're gettin' higher but you're still layin' low C Then you don't wanna be anyone you know
C G Once you've been bitten it's like crossin' a line F D7 It's part of the plan and all that's on your mind G Think that it'll help you find somebody to be C But the man in the mirror is all you'll see
C D7 G I said wherever you go there you are
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