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Pfft You Were Gone lyrics and chords are provided for your
personal use, it's a fun song that isn't hard to learn, it was recorded
by Buck Owens.
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Pfft You Were Gone Recorded by Buck Owens Written by Susan Heather
C F C Down here on the farm the weather gets messy G7 Laying around with nothing to do C F C When you went away you took my cow Bessie G7 C I miss her darling more than I miss you
F C You took off your leg your wig and your eyeglass G7 And you should've seen the look on my face C F C I wanted to kiss I wanted to hug you G7 C But you were scattered all over the place
F C Where where are you tonight G7 Why did you leave me here all alone C F C I searched the world over and I thought I found true love G7 C You met another and phht you were gone
F C I know that you loved me here's my way of knowing G7 The proofs hanging out right there on the line C F C When I see the snow and feel the wind blowing G7 C Your nighties hugging them long johns of mine
F C The noises you made at our supper table G7 Your habits my dear were surely absurd C F C But how many times do I have to tell you G7 C Soup is a dish to be seen and not heard
F C Remember you phoned me a-sobbing and crying G7 The dog bit your ma and drug her around C F C You said she looked pale and thought she was dying G7 C I said don't worry I'll buy a new hound
F C I had six kids and you had eleven G7 And we had more and they grew like flowers C F C I wish you'd come back without you ain't heaven G7 C Cause your kids and my kids are beating up ours
F C I searched the world over and I thought I found true love G7 C You met another and phht you were gone
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