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Who I Am lyrics and chords

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Who I Am lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very good country song recorded by Alan Jackson.

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Who I Am
Recorded by Alan Jackson
Written by Harley Allen and Mel Besher

C F C
Well I know you hate my drinking and the way I talk sometimes
G7 C
But you hate it most when I don't call at night
C7 F
And it's just because you love me and you worry about your man
C F C G7 C
You do the best you can with who I am

F C
Burning both ends of a candle oh can leave one in the dark
F C G7
And I know what I put you through is hard upon your heart
F C F
And it's just that you're concerned for me sweetheart I understand
C F C G7 C
You do the best you can with who I am

F C
You go to church on Sunday while I'm still home in bed
G7 C
Sleepin' off the night I had before
C7 F
And sometimes you say I'm perfect and sometimes not worth a damn
C F C G7 C
You do the best you can with who I am

Repeat #2

F C F C G7 C
You do the best you can with who I am

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