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I Showed Her Recorded by Alabama Written by Teddy Gentry, Greg Fowler, Walt Aldridge
C F G7 C G F C G She told me I should straighten up my ways or she'd be walkin' out C Em Am D7 G7 F Em But I guess I was just too blind to see or maybe just too proud C F C Dm So I never thought twice when she loaded up her things and drove away G7 F Em G7 C G7 F C G7 Cause I knew she'd be back someday I knew she'd be back
C F G7 C G F C G Took off my work clothes and left them laying right there on the floor C Em Am Cause I knew she'd pick 'em up when she got home D7 G F Em Like a hundred times before C F C Dm And just to make it easier for her I left the light on on the porch G7 F Em G7 C G7 F C Cause I knew she'd be back someday I knew she'd be back
F G7 I guess I showed her how much she had to lose Em A7 Showed her who was really who Dm G7 F C G7 F I know she's hurtin' now looks like I showed her
C F G7 C G F C G I must have seen the movie of the month a dozen times or more C Em Am D7 G7 F Em I watched my favorite team play ball but I never heard a score C Cause the whole time I was listening for the moment F C Dm When she'd walk through the door G7 F Em G7 C G7 F C Cause I knew she'd be back someday I know she'll be back
F G7 I guess I showed her how much she had to lose Em A7 Showed her who was really who Dm G7 F C I know she's hurtin' now looks like I showed her
F G7 If I could I show her how much she had to lose Em A7 I'd show her I've been hurtin' too Dm G7 F C If I could hold her now I'd really show her
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