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Running Blind Recorded by Randy Travis Written by Roger Ferris
C F C At a quick shop somewhere west of Albuquerque G7 Got a tank of gas and a cold drink and a beef jerky C F The cashier she gave me a smile C G7 C So I stood there and I talk to her a while
F C She said where you headed I hope you get there soon G7 I've seen 'em all day long from four a.m. till noon C F Some are running from some are running to C G7 C Some are running blind Lord which one are you
F C I said it don't appear to me to be so cut and dry G7 You don't know me from Adam can it be so black and white C F C I said I got a plan you see I got it figured out G7 C How can you be so sure my dear what I'm all about
F C She said I've stood in this window for twenty-seven years G7 I can tell your cash or credit I can tell your brand of beer C F I can tell you who's a liar and the truth is plain to see C G7 C That's your last twenty boy and don't you lie to me
F C There's a girl in Albuquerque crying F G7 And you're standing in a quick shop lying C F Well she handed back my twenty said you know what to do C G7 If you drive it steady son you'll be home this afternoon
C F And I hate to judge you I don't mean to seem unkind C But there ain't no use in running G7 C If you're only running blind
F C Oh their ain't no use in running G7 C If you're only running blind
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