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Broken Promise Land lyrics and chords are intended for your personal
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Broken Promise Land Recorded by Waylon Jennings Written by Bill Rice and Mary Sharon Rice
G Dm G C There's a Bible on the dresser and a sign hung on the door Am D7 G Am And a woman in my arms shouldn't be D7 G D7 Em G C A7 I'm to the point of no returning but I've been here before D7 Em D7 C This cheating life is nothing new to me
D7 G D7 G C There's someone to be considered I call her on the phone Am D7 C G Am And say the job is taking longer than I planned D7 G D7 Em G C I don't have the heart to tell her that a stranger's turned me on D7 Em D7 C And I'm heading for the broken promise land
C D7 Em Tonight I'm crossing over and I'll reach the cheating side G D7 Am And I'll hate myself for coming here again G C D7 Em Where the streets are paved with misery and lives are built on lies G D7 C A place they call the broken promise land
G D7 C Found a note left on the dresser and a key left in the door D7 C G On the floor I found her golden wedding band D7 C Guess she finally had to tell me she's not waiting anymore D7 C G And she's heading for the broken promise land
C D7 Em Tonight she's crossing over and she'll reach the cheating side G D7 Am And I'll hate myself for giving her the chance G C D7 Em Where the streets are paved with misery and lives are built on lies G D7 C A place they call the broken promise land G C And it's more than I can stand
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