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Story lyrics and chords are meant for your personal use only, this is a
pretty country song written and recorded by Jack Scott.
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Sad Story Written and recorded by Jack Scott
C Am C Am Listen to my story it's a sad story F G7 About how my baby and me broke up F G7 Did you ever see such luck
C Am C Am Sure you wanna hear my story my sad story F G7 Yes it's sad sad but true F G7 I doubt if I'll make it through C Cause you'll probably probably Am C Hear me cry cry cry probably probably Am Hear me cry cry cry F G7 Don't know what's in store for me F G7 C Am C Am This poor heart's in misery
F G7 I will never forget that night F G7 How I held her oh so tight F G7 Then she said it's best we part D7 G7 Only cause she's won another heart
C Am C Am Now you've heard my story wasn't it a story F G7 About how my baby and me broke up F G7 Some people have all the luck C Am Now watch me cry cry cry cry C Am Cry cry cry cry cry cry
C Am C Am Now you've heard my story wasn't it a story F G7 About how my baby and me broke up F G7 Seems like I have all the luck
C Am Now watch me cry cry cry cry cry C Am Cry cry cry cry cry C Am Cry cry cry cry cry
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