Last Thing I Needed First Thing This Morning lyrics and chords
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recorded by Willie Nelson.
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Last Thing I Needed First Thing This Morning Recorded by Willie Nelson written by G.P. Nunn and D.S. Farar
C G7 Postman delivered a past due bill notice F G7 The alarm clock rang two hours late C G7 The garbage man left all the trash on the sidewalk F G7 And the hinges fell off of the gate
F This morning at breakfast I spilled all the coffee C G7 Am I opened the door on my knee F C The last thing I needed first thing this morning G7 C Was to have you walk out on me
G7 Last night you came home late and I knew you'd been drinking F G7 By that old mellow look on your face C G7 But I thought it don't matter cause it's the holiday season F G7 And you fill such a big empty space
F And I lay down beside you and I wanted your loving C G7 Am Cause your love makes my life complete F C The last thing I needed first thing this morning G7 C Was to have you walk out on me
F C So excuse me for looking like my world just ended F C Excuse me for looking like I just lost my best friend F Excuse me for living and be forgiving C Just go on if you wanna be free F C But the last thing I needed first thing this morning G7 C Was to have you walk out on me
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