Hurt Me (Half as Bad
You) lyrics and chords
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Nothing Ever Hurt Me (Half as Bad as Losing You) lyrics and chords are
intended for your personal use, it's a very fast song that's fun to do,
it was recorded by George Jones.
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Nothing Ever Hurt Me (Half as Bad as Losing You) Recorded by George Jones written by Bobby Braddock
G C G C Well I've had a splitting headache from my eyebrows to my backbone G C G C Arthritis appendicitis brights disease and gall stones G C G C Bleeding ulcers ingrown toe nails swollen adenoids G C G C The Asian flu a time or two and inflamed vocal chords G C G F E7 I've had a toothache so severe my jawbone split in two A7 D7 G But nothing's ever hurt me half as bad as losing you
C G C Well I've had the lit end of a cigar pressed against my belly G C G C Whipped on with a crowbar till my eyeball turned to jelly G C G C Accidentally nailed my index finger to the wall G C G C Cut off all my toes and soaked my foot in alcohol G C G F E7 I've had my pelvis ruptured by an angry kangaroo A7 D7 G But nothing's ever hurt me half as bad as losing you
C Well it's not because you measure fifty twenty forty four G It's surely not because you own a chain of liquor stores C It's not because your daddy is the richest man in town D7 It's just that I've grown used to you and having you around
G C G C I've had my parents tell me son we don't love you at all G C G C I've seen my sister's name written on a washroom wall G C G C My best friend set my barn on fire burned my horse to death G C G C I went out with a girl who told me that I had bad breath G C G F E7 Last week I drew a crowd when I went to the city zoo A7 D7 G But nothing's ever hurt me half as bad as losing you
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