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Goin' Down Hill Recorded by John Anderson Written by John Anderson and Aries Lincoln
C F It all started at a corner table sippin' on a Jack and Coke C When the sun found us the next mornin' D7 G7 We were actin' like married folks C F The weekend we can make and drain me of my will C B7 A#7 A7 You got me goin' downhill I'm goin' downhill D7 G7 C G7 And still I can't get my fill of you
C F I've spent all of my money I've lost my respect C You've got me walkin' in circles honey D7 G7 Now I'm a nervous wreck C F I stay just one step ahead of a welfare dollar bill C B7 A#7 A7 Yeah I been goin' downhill goin' downhill D7 G7 C And still I can't get my fill of you
F C C7 And I was voted most likely back in seventy nine F And I was headed right for the top honey C C7 All I needed was time F C A7 But you put some lovin' on me I was so unreal C B7 A#7 A7 You got me goin' downhill I'm goin' downhill D7 G7 C Oh but still I can't get my fill of you
I can't eat I can't sleep I think about you F From daylight till dawn C I bet I won't weigh fifteen pounds D7 G7 When they drag my body home C And like a junkie hooked on dope F I'm hooked on your thrill C B7 A#7 A7 Yeah baby I'm goin' downhill I'm goin' downhill D7 G7 C Yeah but still I can't get my fill of you
B7 A#7 A7 Goin' downhill I'm goin' downhill D7 G7 C Yeah but still I can't get my fill of you
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