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it's a fun to do song recorded by Hank Williams. This one is fun and
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I'd Still Want You recorded and written by Hank Williams
G I could shame you till you hide your face
And drag you right down in disgrace D7 But what good would it do G I know I'd still want you
I could tell the world you're doing wrong
That I was stringing you along D7 And if it all were true G I know I'd still want you
C The world with me might sympathize G When I got through with all my lies D7 But I'd be just as blue G Cause my heart would still want you D7 G Cry oh lord
I could tell my friends I threw you down
And slander your name all over town D7 But what good would it do G I know I'd still want you
If I said I'm happy to be free
The only one I'd fool is me D7 Because it isn't true G I know I'd still want you
C What's the use to say that you're no good G When I'd crawl back if I could D7 No matter what you do G I know I'd still want you D7 G Cry oh lord
I could smile and say that I don't care
And then go home and pull my hair D7 But what good would it do G I know I'd still want you
I could say that someone put me wise
And get revenge by telling lies D7 But when I got all through G I know I'd still want you
C If the things I said was to break your heart G I'd be the first to take your part D7 Cause if all these lies were true G I know I'd still want you D7 G Cry oh lord
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