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Even After Forever Recorded by David Allan Coe Written by Rick Underwood
C F C G7 Am Yeah the snapshot must have been taken back in 1922 F C G7 But it's scary how the faces look so much like me and you F C E7 A7 Maybe there are some things in this life we just keep goin' through G7 F C Did it again
F C G7 Am Sometimes when we're talkin' you've heard it all before F C G7 Maybe we're just echoes in this life and nothin' more F C E7 A7 Makes me wonder why we make the same mistakes and slam the doors F C Did it again
F G7 C Even after forever I still love you Am F C Even after tomorrow's yesterday F G7 C Am Even if you never ever hold me close again Dm C Somethings even the winds of time F G7 Am F C Just can't blow away love never fades
F C G7 A7 I'm watchin' some old Humphrey Bogart flick in the middle of the night F C G7 When suddenly I smell the popcorn and I see the billboard lights F C E7 Am Ah but that could be cause all of this came long before my life C F C But maybe I'm wrong
F C G7 A7 There are things the lawyers and the preachers still cannot explain F C G7 Ah they don't even know what to call it if it even has a name F C E7 Am Well they say there's no such thing as magic isn't that a shame G7 F C Well maybe they're wrong
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