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Which Side Of The Glass lyrics and chords

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Which Side Of The Glass
Recorded by George Strait
Written by Fred Knobloch and Dana Hunt

G7 F C F C
In a second story window framed in lace
A#7 F A#7 F
There she is again sittin' starin’ into space
C G7 C G7
Thinking back to better days dealing with the pain
Dm G7
Some folks think it's teardrops me I think it's rain

C F A#7 F
And there it is the cold hard truth
C
So plain to see the living proof
F
Where do you stand what's your point of view
C G7
I guess it all depends on which side of the glass
C
You're looking through

G7 F C F C
Beneath a neon chandelier he leans on polished oak
A#7 F A#7 F
And orders one more whiskey lights another smoke
C G7 C G7
He shivers at the memory and trembles as he stirs
Dm G7
Some folks think it's him but me I think it's her

C F A#7 F
And there it is the cold hard truth
C
So plain to see the living proof
F
Where do you stand what's your point of view
C G7
I guess it all depends on which side of the glass
Dm G7
You're looking through

Dm C F G7
I turn towards the mirror it's time to face the facts
Dm C G7
Looking for the reason you're not ever coming back

C G7
I guess it all depends on which side of the glass
Em C
You're looking through

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