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Better News lyrics and chords

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Better News
Recorded by John Anderson
Written by John D. Anderson and Dean Dillon

Am Em Am E7 Am
I wish I had better news that she was still in love with you
C G Am F
Wish I could look you in the eye say it’s a lie it just isn’t true
Am Em Am
I wish I had better news

Em Am E7 Am
I wish I had kinder words that didn’t cut and didn’t hurt
C G Am F
But she told me that it’s over and she found somebody new
Am Em Am
I wish I had better news

D7 Am
I know you must be devastated
C D7
All this time you’ve waited just to watch her walk away
Sometimes it really doesn’t matter
C D7
Who’s happy or who’s sadder when there’s tears on every face
C D7 Am Em Am
It’s sad but it’s true I wish I had better news

Repeat #3

Am Em Am
I wish I had better news


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