You Can't Buy Your Way Out Of The Blues
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by George Strait.
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You Can't Buy Your Way Out Of The Blues Recorded by George Strait Written by Larry Cordle and Mike Anthony
G D7 I'd been workin' at forgettin' since you said goodbye G Lookin' for some good times the best money can buy C But it's a bad investment there's no long term dividends A7 D7 You can't buy happiness or heal a heart that just won't mend
G D7 I never thought that I'd be missin' you this way Bm I should've paid you more attention but now it's too late C G You can buy a night out on the town you can buy a love boat cruise D7 G But you can't buy your way out of the blues
C G No you can't buy your way out of the blues A7 D7 You can spend your fool self silly but your money's all you lose G C Love luck just can't be bought and paid for and that's the truth D7 G No you can't buy your way out of the blues
D7 My pocketbook is empty but I'm still feelin' bad G I might as well admit it you're the last good time I had C It's been a high priced lesson I can't justify the cost A7 D7 I tried buyin' off your memory but it's all in vain because
D7 G C Love luck just can't be bought and paid for and that's the truth D7 G No you can't buy your way out of the blues
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