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Blue Melodies lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use
only, it's a very pretty country song recorded by George Strait.
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Blue Melodies Recorded by George Strait Written by Keith Gattis and Wyatt Earp
D7 G G7 C I don't know how to write you a song G D7 That says I'm sorry I know I was wrong G G7 C I can't find the words that don't make it cheap G D7 G It's right on the verge and just out of reach
C Em It must be a sad song with a blue melody C D7 G And I'll bet you it's lonesome as lonesome as can be C Em C But I'm starting to wonder if there's such a thing G D7 G As a sad song that's too sad to sing
D7 G G7 C Maybe tonight maybe this time tomorrow G D7 Me and this guitar will get right with this sorrow G G7 C And I'll play it for you and you'll come back to me G D7 G Cause you were always a fool for the blue melodies
C Em So it must be a sad song in three quarter time C D7 G That chills down to the bone when the steel guitars cry C Em C But if it's not the one that brings you home to me G D7 Em C Then it's just a sad song that's too sad to sing
G C Em Oh but if it's not the one that brings you back to me C G D7 Em Then it's just a sad song that's too sad to sing
C G D7 G Oh it's just a sad song that's too sad to sing
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