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Atlanta Anymore Recorded by Gene Watson Written by Charlie Craig and Keith Stegall
G Inside a suit coat pocket in the back of his closet today
She found a letter among the bills he forgot to pay C It was addressed to a woman a name she'd never seen before G D7 G It started out I'm sorry but I won't be in Atlanta anymore
As she read the words he'd written she found it hard to believe her eyes
At first she was angry then slowly she began to cry C Cause somewhere down in Georgia he'd taken off the wedding ring he wore G D7 G And it didn't help a whole lot knowing that he won't be in Atlanta anymore
C G He said I won't be in Atlanta anymore Em G And I'm sorry that I lied to you before C G C The truth is I got a wife and two children three and four G D7 G And I won't be in Atlanta anymore
At the bottom of the last page he'll never know the PS that she wrote
Cause she folded up the pages and slipped them back into the envelope C Then she took the goodbye letter and dropped it in the mailbox on the porch G D7 G She thought the woman ought to know that Atlanta's not a secret anymore
C G She wrote he won't be in Atlanta anymore Em G And I don't know why he lied to you before C G C But God knows I still love him and I'm just makin' sure G D7 G That he won't be in Atlanta anymore
He wrote it and she mailed it D7 G He won't be in Atlanta anymore
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