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My Song Recorded by Tanya Tucker with Glen Campbell Written by Joe Rainer and Steve Hardin
G I wasn't lookin' for no one
I was just out tryin' to have me some fun F C G And baby you walked into my world that day
Then you looked right into my eyes
With a voice that could make the devil cry F C G You just sang my poor heart away
Friends may come and friends may go
But lovers either stay F C G Or break your heart oh you just fall apart
I thought I could take it or leave it
But I can't hardly believe it F C G But nobody ever sang a song about me before
D7 G And I begged you baby as you walked out the door Em D7 C Please don't play my song for somebody else Em D7 C It's so beautiful let me keep it for myself Em D7 C Please don't change the chorus put in another man's name G D7 G Please don't take my song away C G D7 G Ooh baby please don't take my song away
Sittin' here in my lonely room
With the radio on one afternoon F C G I heard a voice that made me shiver
Ooh no one could sing that way
If they didn't mean just what they say F C G And my tears fell like a river
Em D7 C He sang o-o-h baby I love you Em D7 C I'd be such a fool not to stay Em D7 C We may never see each other again G D7 G But I'll never take your song away C G D7 G Ooh baby I'll never take your song away C G D7 G F C G No baby I'll never take your song away
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