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Cold Hard Facts Of Life recorded by Porter Wagner written by Bill Anderson
C G7 C I got back in town a day before I'd planned to G7 C I smiled and said I'll sure surprise my wife F C I don't think I'll call I'll just get on home G7 C For I didn't know the cold hard facts of life
G7 C I passed a little wine store on the corner G7 C I pictured pink champagne by candle light F C I stopped the car right then got out and hurried in G7 C My mind not on the cold hard facts of life
F C A stranger stood there laughing at the counter G7 C He said I'll have two bottles of your best F C Her husband's out of town and there's a party G7 He winked as if to say you know the rest
C G7 C I left the store two steps behind the stranger G7 C From there to my house his car stayed in sight F C It wasn't till he turned into my drive that I learned G7 C I was witnessing the cold hard facts of life
F C I drove around the block till I was dizzy G7 C Each time the noise came louder from within F C And then I saw our bottle there beside me G7 I drank a fifth of courage and walked in
C G7 C Lord you should have seen their frantic faces G7 C They screamed and cried please put away that knife F C I think I'll go to hell or I'll rot here in this cell G7 C But who taught who the cold hard facts of life
G7 C But who taught who the cold hard facts of life
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