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Rebound Recorded by Charlie Rich Written by Charlie Rich and Bill Justis
G Look out baby I'm after you B7 You done something to me that you ought not do C Played me up and now you've made me blue D7 And I'm lonely
C D7 Well I guess I'm on the rebound C D7 That's what people say C D7 I lost the only one I found C D7 Who can make me feel this way yeah G C G D7 And I'm lonely over you
G Well look out baby better change your ways B7 You done something to me that's drivin' me crazy C Catch up with you one of these days D7 Cause I'm lonely
C D7 Yeah I guess I'm on the rebound C D7 Guess I've lost my touch C D7 You're the only one for me C D7 And I love you much too much G C G D7 And I'm lonely over you
C D7 You oughta be ashamed of yourself C D7 Treatin' me this way C D7 Didn't know what it was all about C D7 But I'm gonna find out someday yeah
G You better look out baby gonna make you mad B7 You're gonna miss me and the things you had C Hate to say it but I'll be so glad D7 When you're lonely
G Yeah you better look out baby gonna make you mad B7 You're gonna miss me and the things you've had C Hate to say it but I'll be so glad D7 When you're lonely
C D7 Yeah then you'll be on the rebound C D7 I'm waiting for the day C D7 You'll lose the only one you found C D7 Who could make you feel this way G Yeah you'll be lonely C G You'll be lonely C G You'll be lonely C G Just like me
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