Ring On Her Finger Time On Her Hands
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Ring On Her Finger Time On Her Hands Recorded by Lee Greenwood Written by Don Goodman, Mary Ann Kennedy, Pamela Rose
C F C F She stood before God her family and friends G7 C F And vowed that she'd never love anyone else again only me C F C F As pure as her gown of white she stood by my side G7 And promised that she'd love me till the day she died F C F C Lord please forgive her even though she lied F G7 Cause you're the only one who knows how hard she tried
F C F C She had a ring on her finger and time on her hands A# F A# F The woman in her needed the warmth of a man G7 The gold turned cold in her wedding band F G7 C F It's just a ring on your finger when there's time on your hands
C F C F When I add up all the countless nights she cried herself to sleep G7 C F And all the broken promises I somehow failed to keep I can't blame her C F I'm the one who left her too many times alone G7 D7 G7 In a 3-bedroom prison she tried to make a home F C F C Her love slowly died but the fire inside still burned F G7 And the arms of a stranger was the only place left to turn
F C F C She had a ring on her finger and time on her hands A# F A# F The woman in her needed the warmth of a man G7 The gold turned cold in her wedding band F G7 C It's just a ring on your finger when there's time on your hands
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