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Ever Hurt Her
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Nothing Ever Hurt Her Recorded by Bob Luman Written by Jerry Chesnutt
G I was strong enough to love her too weak to walk the line Am And a dozen times she gave me one more try D7 She must've gotten on a bus maybe caught a train Am D7 G Baby always was afraid to fly
The note she wrote was simple askin' me for one last favor C G Am Forgive the way she slipped out in the night C G Em No matter how she did it she knew something should be done C D7 G Am D7 And God love her she did what she thought was right
G Funny how I miss the little crazy things she did Am Like turning off the TV when it storms D7 Missing how she snuggled up beside me in the bed Am D7 G Remembering how her feet were never warm
How she came running to my arms scared to death of thunderstorms C G Am And any dog half big enough to bark C G Em Even called me up at work and begged me hurry home C D7 G And told me she got lonely after dark
And the worst mistake I'll ever make C G Was the way I underestimated baby
And this time I curse the rain for falling down C G And try pretending she'd gone shopping downtown
When the sun shines
C I read the note a hundred times above and in between the lines G D7 And a man would have to be blind not to see G That of all the things she's frightened of C A7 I'm the only thing she's ever loved G D7 Em Am And nothing ever hurt her quite like me G D7 G F C Am C G Oh nothing ever hurt her quite like me
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