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It Ain’t Easy Being Me lyrics and chords are intended for your personal
use only, it's a very good country song recorded by John Anderson.
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It Ain’t Easy Being Me Recorded by John Anderson Written by Chris Knight and Craig Wiseman
G Em D7 C There oughta be a town somewhere named for how I feel G Em D7 C Yeah I could be the mayor down there and say welcome to Sorryville G Em D7 C Wouldn’t be on the map nowhere you might say it don't exist A7 C D7 But if you make enough wrong turns it wouldn’t be hard to miss
G Em D7 C There outa be a bridge somewhere they could dedicate to me G Em D7 C I'd probably show up at the ceremony with a can of gasoline G Em D7 C And walk over to the other side there I'd light a match A7 Sit and stare through the smoke and flames C D7 Wonderin' how I’m gonna get back
C G Why I do the things I do Am G Was I born this way or am I a self made fool C G I shoot the lights and I curse the dark Am G I need your love and I break your heart
C G And I know the words that will bring you back Am G But I don't say nothing as I watch you pack C G A7 I've had to work to be the jerk I've come to be C D7 G It ain't easy being me
Em D7 C There oughta be a side show act for freaks like me G Em D7 C I could be the star of the show with my name on the marquee G Em D7 C In a room with a big red button with a sign that says danger do not touch A7 C D7 Twice a day I’d mash it down and you can watch me self destruct
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