I Can Feel The Leaving Coming On
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I Can Feel The Leaving Coming On Recorded by Cal Smith Written by Shel Silverstein
G I didn’t sleep to good last night
She kept me up with a reading light D7 I think she does it cause she knows it bugs me
Well this coffee’s cold and it’s way too strong
She went and cooked my eggs too long G And I turned away when she walked up to hug me
I can’t stand the way this radiator knocks
And I can’t find a pair of socks G7 C And Jimmy get your bike in off the lawn D7 Looks like the rain will never end
It feels like the walls are caving in G And I can feel the leaving coming on
D7 G And this mirror sure could use a little bit of dustin’ D7 There’s tracks and lines that I ain’t seen
And the guy in there looks like his soul is slowly rustin’ G This crossword puzzle has got my head spinning round
And the kids won’t turn the TV down D7 And it’s a dirty shame cost of living keeps a risin’
It must be 3 or 4 below but I see it’s 87 down in Mexico G And here’s a hundred dollar trip to Europe that they’re advertising
She looks at me with her haunted eyes she recognizes all the signs G7 C The anger then the silence and then I’m gone D7 Lord I tried my best to stay but my mind woke up and in Spain today G And I can feel the leaving coming on
D7 G And I can feel the leaving coming on
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