I Don't Know You Well Enough to Say Goodbye
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recorded by Keith Whitley.
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I Don't Know You Well Enough to Say Goodbye Recorded by Keith Whitley Written by Kix Brooks and Fred Koller
C Em F Dm I know the way you touch me in the night F G7 Laying closely by my side C Em F Dm And I can see the way you look by candle light F G7 Every time I try to close my eyes
F G7 And know you're thinkin' Am G7 That it might be time for us to say F Dm G7 It's over when we hardly even try F G7 But I don't know you well enough F G7 Everything I've given up F G7 C Not well enough to ever say goodbye
F G7 C I don't know you when you tell me that you'd leave me F Dm G7 Was it something that I said that made you cry F G7 C Am G7 I guess there's lots of things I'm not seeing F G7 F G7 C I don't know you well enough to say goodbye
Em F Dm I know the way you look when things ain't goin' right F G7 There's things you never could disguise C Em F Dm And know you thought I’d rather let you go to fight F G7 I guess it's time we both apologize
F G7 C G7 Am G7 I just can’t let you say you’re goin’ when I know F Dm G7 Knowin’ I still want you by my side F G7 And I don't know you well enough F G7 To ever think of givin' up F G7 C Not well enough to ever say goodbye
F G7 But I don't know you well enough F G7 Everything I've given up F G7 F G7 C I don't know you well enough to say goodbye
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