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Won't You Come Home And Talk To A Stranger
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Won't You Come Home And Talk To A Stranger lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's an excellent country song recorded as a duet by Ernest Tubb and Loretta Lynn. It was later recorded by George Strait, it isn't difficult to learn to play.

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Won't You Come Home And Talk To A Stranger
Recorded by Ernest Tubb and Loretta Lynn
written by Wayne Kemp

C
Well I was out a drinking

With a couple of friends of mine

When the bartender handed me the telephone
G7
Said there's a wife on the line

C
I told her I was a drinking

With a couple a buddies I knew

Well she told me in a few short words
G7 C
Just what she wanted me to do


She said won't you come home and talk to a stranger
G7
And you might even make yourself a friend
C
She said won't you come home and talk to a stranger
G7 C
It's the only place in days you haven't been

C
Well I set there about an hour

Talking with the rest of the guys

When she walked through that front door
G7
She had get home in her eyes

C
She said you've danced and talked

With every woman in town but me

And if you'd just come around the house
G7 C
You might like my company

Repeat #3
G7 C
It's the only place in days you haven't been

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