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it's a very pretty country song recorded by Tommy Overstreet.
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Better Me Recorded by Tommy Overstreet Written by Sterling Whipple
C She sat down near the bar F G7 Like a diamond that's only just been pawned C Tension stirred the darkness F G7 As the hunters quickly loaded up their guns
C F I wondered at myself as I scrambled G7 For the place there by her side C Ah she's not my kind of game F G7 But I can see that she won't stay alone tonight
C F And better me than someone who used her G7 C Better me than somebody cruel F Such easy prey in a night full of hunger G7 C Better me than somebody cruel
With pretty words so sincere F G7 I eased into her mind and took her body home C F She flinked away a tear and told me just tonight G7 She couldn't stand to be alone
C She spoke about a man she'd lost F G7 And looked at me I knew then what she had to hear C F Something in her moved me and I took G7 Her in my arms and said I loved her
C F Better me than someone who used her G7 C Am Better me than somebody cruel
Em At first my love for her woke up the pleasure F And the thrill that a first love for me C Am Was just an emptiness to build
These things never turn out Em Like you think they will F G7 C G7 Cause now and then it all turns into love
C F And better me than someone who used her G7 C Better me than somebody cruel F Such easy prey in a world full of hunger G7 C Better me than somebody cruel
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