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Sack Full Of Stones Recorded by Travis Tritt Written by Travis Tritt and Marty Stuart
C F I used to be the kind of guy I could laugh as well as cry C G7 With a heart feather-soft and summer-warm C Since you've left me I've been faced F With emptiness that's been replaced C G7 C With a heart that's hard and heavy as a sack full of stones
F I never thought I'd ever see the man my mirror is showing me C G7 Lord I must have aged ten years since you've been gone C F The longest mile you'll ever crawl is the one after you fall C G7 C Dragging around a heart that's heavy as a sack full of stones
F C With the world upon my shoulders and my feelings on my sleeve F C D7 G7 Every time I close my eyes at night all I do is watch you leave C F But by far the biggest curse of being left alone C G7 C Is dragging around a heart that's heavy as a sack full of stones
F Well I tried turning to a bottle but the bottle turned on me C G7 I've tried everything but nothing sets your memory free C F I'm serving life here in a prison that we once called a home C G7 C With a heart that's cold and heavy as a sack full of stones
F But by far the biggest curse of being left alone C F C G7 C Is dragging around a heart that's heavy as a sack full of stones
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