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Goes Before A Fall lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use
only, this is a very pretty country song recorded by Jim Reeves.
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Pride Goes Before A Fall Recorded by Jim Reeves Written by Leon Payne
G D7 G Might as well admit it you don't really love me C G C You've been acting funny for so long G It hurts to think that you think you're above me A7 D7 But it hurts more to admit that I've been wrong
G D7 G Need a bottle and a table I can find those C G C Maybe they will help speed up time's crazy crawl G Might as well go around and join the winos D7 G Ain't it funny how pride goes before a fall
D7 G Yes pride goes before a fall I've got a feeling A7 D7 That I'm gonna sink much lower than them all G B7 C When we first met I went way above the city G D7 G Ain't it funny how pride goes before a fall
D7 G Pour the wine dim the lights and play the jukebox C G C Dance with every Sue and Betty that's around G Take her out and try your luck that's what's expected A7 D7 What's the difference it can't bring your honor down
G D7 G You are now a full fledged member of the rat race C G C Forget everything that's decent have a ball G What's the difference if you die in this or that place D7 G Ain't it funny how pride goes before a fall
C G A7 (What's the difference if you die in this or that place) G D7 G Ain't it funny how pride goes before a fall
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