It's Bad When You're Caught With The Goods lyrics and chords
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It's Bad When You're Caught With The Goods lyrics and chords are
provided for your personal use only, it's a very good country song
recorded by Tommy Overstreet.
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It's Bad When You're Caught With The Goods Recorded by Tommy Overstreet Written by Dale Vest and Tommy Overstreet
C F When your woman has learned you been cheating on her G7 C And she throws what she knows in your face F Like that motel receipt she just tossed at your feet G7 C You forgot to get rid of today
Then you're dragged through the dirt F When she brings out your shirt G7 C Wearing lipstick that she never wore
You just stand there like stone F Cause your cover's been blown G7 C And it's bad when you're caught with the goods
G7 C Yes it's bad when your caught with the goods G7 C But you knew that someday you would F And you'd change a few things if you could G7 C G7 Cause it's bad when you're caught with the goods
C F When your woman is wise to the truth of your lies G7 C And she comes down so hard that it hurts F Like the letter she found with the stamp upside down G7 C Don't you know that she read every word
G7 C And it's bad when you're caught with the goods G7 C But you knew that someday you would F And you'd change a few things if you could G7 Cause it's bad
Yes it's bad when you're caught oh so bad C When you're caught with the good
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