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Go It Alone lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only,
to me it's a good country song co-written and recorded by Clint Black.
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Go It Alone Recorded by Clint Black Written by Clint Black and Hayden Nicholas
C G7 Dm C G7 Here we are again my old friend C G7 Dm C G7 We rode to the ends of the earth and back again C C7 We've seen all and done all that there is to do F Fm Now you're ridin' the sky with the others we knew C Ridin' free like the drifter you are G7 With your back to the wind
C G7 Dm C But I have seen you and me with our backs to the wall G7 Dm C We have fought to be free from both sides of the law C7 Sometimes we're forgiven the chances we take F Fm Most times we're just bending the rules when they break C But this is one ride just you alone G7 C Have to make win lose or draw
G7 F You go it alone my old friend C G7 We could never know how just how it would end C G7 F We're just flesh and bone we break and we bend C G7 C It's chiseled in stone we say our amen and you go it alone
G7 Dm C G7 There once was a time when we knew the trails C G7 Dm C Now ahead or behind are fences and rails C7 We've outlived the lifetime and ran out of room F Fm But every hand finally throws up his hat to the moon C G7 Now the fiddler's just played his last tune C And told his last tale
repeat #3 He said you go...
G7 C You go it alone you go it alone
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