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I Won't Cheat
On You Again lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only,
it's a good country song recorded by Ernest Tubb and Loretta Lynn.
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I Won't Cheat On You Again Recorded by Ernest Tubb and Loretta Lynn Written by Milton Brown
G D7 You love to put me down each time you're out with your girlfriends G They ask you if I treat you bad you say that all depends G7 C Well don't you know they realize you've been slippin' round D7 G They know how you carry on when I go out of town
D7 You've got no room to criticize with words you know will hurt G I'm still countin' lipstick stains on your dirty shirt G7 C People pass me on the street and shake their heads in pity D7 G While I wait at home you've got a girl in ever city
D7 Yes I'll admit it what you say is true G But I only run around because you do it too G7 C If we could have what we once had how happy we could be G D7 G I won't cheat again on you if you won't cheat on me
D7 You'll never know how many nights I've stayed awake and cried G Ashamed of what I did to you and feelin' sick inside G7 C Now I can walk away from him without a backward glance D7 G I'm grateful that you're big enough to give me a second chance
D7 Now many nights in many towns I've wrestled with the blues G I never found the nighttime girl who could fill your shoes G7 C How I wish I'd swallowed pride and come to you before D7 G You'll never find another man who could love you more
D7 G I won't cheat again on you if you won't cheat on me
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