Four in the Morning song
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It's Four In The Morning Recorded by Faron Young Written by Jerry Chesnut
G Em G Em It's four in the mornin' and once more the dawnin' G Em D7 Just woke up the wanting in me
Wishing I'd never met her knowing if I forget her G D7 How much better off she would be
G Em G Em The longer I hold on the longer this goes on G G7 C Am The harder that it's gonna be C D7 G Em But it's four in the mornin' and once more the dawnin' C D7 G Just woke up the wanting in me
Em G Em I never deserved her God knows when I hurt her G Em D7 That's the last thing that I want to do
She tries but she can't tell how she feels G D7 But I know too well what she's going through
G Em G Em If I love her so much I don't know why I can't do G G7 C Am The right thing and just let her be C D7 G Em But it's four in the mornin' and once more the dawnin' C D7 G D7 Just woke up the wanting in me
G Em G Em Last night I told her this time it's all over G Em D7 Making ten times I've told her goodbye
Last night we broke up this mornin' I woke up G D7 And for the tenth time I'm changing my mind
G Em G Em I saw more love in her eyes when I left her G G7 C Am Than most foolish men will ever see C D7 G Em And it's four in the mornin' and once more the dawnin' C D7 G Just woke up the wanting in me
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