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Wishing Well Blues lyrics and chords

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Wishing Well Blues lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very good country song recorded by Rhonda Vincent.

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Wishing Well Blues
Recorded by Rhonda Vincent
Written by Marshall Wilborn

C Am
There’s a sign on the cafe window
F G7 C
It says closed please call again
Am
If only you’d been wearing that sign on your heart
D7 G7
I never would have tried to come in

C Am
Cause if true love will make you survive
F G7 C
When a pushing comes to a shove
G7 Am
But I may as well have tried to hold back the tide
F G7 C
As to try and go and win your love

F C
So throw me a penny in the wishing well
F G7 C
Knocking my fist from the wood
F C
Sometimes I got to laugh at this funny old world
D7 G7
When crying seems to do me no good

C Am C
There were nights when I wander on the streets alone
F G7 C
I see your face in the stars above
G7 Am G7
But I may as well have tried to hold back the tide
F G7 C
As to try and go and win your love

Am F G7 C
There’s a sign on the hotel doorway that says no vacancy
Am
If only I’d known you felt that way
D7 G7
I could have smiled and walked on by
C Am G7
I heard that true love will lift you off your feet
F G7 C
As if you had the wings of a dove
F Am G7
But I may as well have tried to hold back the tide
F G7 C
As to try and go and win your love

F C
So throw me a penny in the wishing well
F G7 C
Knocking my fist from the wood
F C
Sometimes I got to laugh at this funny old world
D7 G7
When crying seems to do me no good
C Am C
There were nights when I wandered on the streets alone
F G7 C
I see your face in the stars above

F Am G7
But I may as well have tried to hold back the tide
F G7 C
As to try and go and win your love
G7 Am G7
Yes I may as well have tried to hold back the tide
F G7 C
As to try and go and win your love

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