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I'd Rather Be Alone lyrics and chords

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I'd Rather Be Alone
Recorded by Cal Smith
Written by Barbara Day and Jimmy Day

C G7 C C7 F
You don't really love me I might as well be free
C D7 G7
Every time I need you you're with someone else not me
C G7 C C7 F
When I need a shoulder it's a pillow I cry on
G7 C
And if I must be lonely I'd rather be alone

G7 C C7 F
You are never with me at least that's how it seems
C D7 G7
The only time I hold you in my arms is in my dreams
C G7 C C7 F
I'm already used to having you away from home
G7 C
If I must be lonely I'd rather be alone

G7 F C
I know my heart is gonna break but I won't let it die
D7 G7
I know a million tears will fall and I'll be the first to cry
C G7 C C7 F
Cause you can't hurt me anymore you might as well go on
G7 C
Cause if I must be lonely I'd rather be alone


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