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I've Learned To Live lyrics and chords are intended for your personal
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I've Learned To Live Recorded by Tanya Tucker Written by Dean Dillon and Frank Dycus
G D7 G D7 Like a child lost in the wilderness I knew not where to go Em C Surrounded by the emptiness of a love that left me cold Am D7 I stumbled through the darkness of nights that have no stars Am D7 G D7 And days that have no sunshine to warm my broken heart
G Like a bird in flight brought down by stones D7 From an unknown assailant's sling G D7 C A stranger took you from my arms and I lost everything Am D7 In days to come I nearly ran out of ways to stay alive Am D7 G D7 But through it all I never lost the will to survive
Em C G D7 And I'm not over you and I doubt that I'll ever be Em C G D7 But I've learned to live and you won't be the death of me oh no Em C G D7 Yes I've learned to live and I'm doing well but I'm not over you
G D7 Like a thief who takes just what he needs and leaves the rest behind G D7 C You took the heart right out of me and left me with my mind Am D7 And I almost went out of it at times believed I did Am D7 G D7 But gradually I learned you're someone I'll have to live with
Em C G D7 Cause I'm not over you and I doubt that I'll ever be Em C G D7 But I've learned to live and you won't be the death of me oh no Em C G Yes I've learned to live and I'm doing well but I'm not over you
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