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Help Me Hold On Recorded by Travis Tritt Written by Travis Tritt and Pat Terry
G C Baby close that suitcase you been packin' G C Just sit down and talk to me a while Am C I know you tried to tell me what was lackin' Am D7 But I guess I must have missed it by a mile
G C Well this time girl I swear to you I'll listen G C Help me understand where I went wrong Am C It's hard to find myself in this position Am D7 Scared that I'd go crazy once you're gone
G C Help me hold on to what we had Am D7 G Once our love was strong it can be again C You said it takes two to make love last Am D7 G You were right all along so help me hold on
C What have I got to do to make it better G C What have I got to do to make you see Am C That even though I promised you forever Am D7 I never knew how hard that would be
G C I realize I took your love for granted G C But I've learned that love worth having don't come free Am C And I'll pay any price it takes to keep you Am D7 Satisfied and staying here with me
D7 G C Help me hold on to what we had Am D7 G Once our love was strong it can be again C You said it takes two to make love last Am D7 G You were right all along so help me hold on
Am D7 G You were right all along so help me hold on
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