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Don't Rob Another Man's Castle Recorded by Eddy Arnold Written by Jenny Lou Carson
C G7 C C7 They say a man's home is his castle F F C C7 And he's like a king on a throne F C Am It may be a shack down along side the track D7 G7 But everything in it's his own
C G7 C C7 So don't think of taking his loved one F E7 F It's written thou shalt not steal F C Am C Don't rob an other mans castle F G7 C No matter how lonesome you feel
G7 C C7 Don't rob another man's castle F F C C7 Don't take his treasures a-way F C Am Strange as it seems when you steal a man's dreams D7 G7 You never know how much you'll pay
C G7 C C7 Don't rob a man of his loved one F E7 F You'll break his heart don't you see F C Am C I robbed another man's castle F G7 C Now someone just took her from me
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