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Don't Be A Stranger lyrics and chords are intended for your personal
use only, it's a good country song recorded by David Allan Coe with Eve
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Don't Be A Stranger Recorded by David Allan Coe with Eve Shapiro Written by David A. Coe and Karen Brooks
C G7 C F G7 C It's five in the morning and I've been waiting up all night F G7 F C You left with no warning and baby you know that ain't right F G7 C Don't be a stranger we've been together much too long F G7 C Don't be a stranger come on back where you belong F G7 C It's five in the morning
G7 C F G7 C Have you found another is that the reason I'm alone F G7 C Have you found a lover is that the reason you're not home F G7 C Don't be a stranger we've been together much too long F G7 C Don't be a stranger come on back where you belong
Have you found another
D7 Dm D7 Dm Until I hear you say you don't want me G7 C I'll never be the one to set you free F G7 F C I sit and I wonder have we lost the love we've known for years G7 Dm C It's pullin' me under to think I'll drown in all of tears F G7 C Don't be a stranger we've been together much too long F G7 C Don't be a stranger come on back where you belong
G7 C G7 C Six in the mornin' you left with no warnin' G7 F C G7 C I sit and I wonder don't be a stranger G7 Don't be a stranger
G7 C G7 C Eight in the mornin' don't be a stranger G7 F C G7 C Don't be a stranger don't be a stranger
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