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A Million Teardrops Recorded by Conway Twitty Written by Fred Carter
G C D7 G D7 Well I picked up my baby at the usual time last night G C D7 G It was one of those nights when nothing seemed to turn out right C Em Guess I did something wrong she made me take her home D7 G C She gave me back my ring and then she said goodbye D7 G C D7 G Now there are millions of teardrops drop drip droppin' from my eyes
C D7 G D7 I know I shouldn't worry she’s done the same thing before G C D7 G But every time she leaves me it hurts me more and more C Em I thought that I was tough and all that stuff D7 G C I even said that no one could ever make me cry D7 G C D7 G Now there are millions of teardrops drop drip droppin' from my eyes
D7 I couldn’t keep the tears from flowing G I couldn’t keep the pain from showing C Nothing I did seem to help at all D7 G The tears fell like a waterfall
C D7 G D7 All day long I try to get her out of my mind G C D7 G But nothing seems to help because I think about her all of the time C Em This heartbreak is something I can't take D7 G C I gotta find that girl and make her realize D7 G C D7 G And stop these millions of teardrops drop drip droppin' from my eyes
D7 G C D7 G And stop these millions of teardrops drop drip droppin' from my eyes D7 G C D7 G And stop these millions of teardrops drop drip droppin' from my eyes
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