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a very nice country song written by Tom T. Hall and recorded by George
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Second Handed Flowers Recorded by George Jones Written by Tom T. Hall
C F C I was working in Miami for a day or two F C G7 I decided I'd look up a girl that I once knew C F C I bought some flowers and went to see a girl I used to know F C G7 C The lady at her door said she had married long ago
F C Times will change and towns will change but there I was alone F C G7 When suddenly I wondered would Susie be at home C F C So with the flowers in my hand I walked toward her gate F C G7 C Someone touched me on the arm and said you'll have to wait
F C Then I noticed there were people standing in a line F C G7 Some of them were holding pretty flowers just like mine C F C They explained that Susie had been in an awful crash F C G7 C Doctors said that she had just a little while to last
F C When I walked into her room I felt the sense of shame F C G7 But I heard Susie whisper I'm awfully glad you came C F C She had been the girl that I had always gone to see F C G7 C When someone that I cared for had been untrue to me
F C I handed her the flowers and she gently kissed my hand F C G7 She said don't be embarrassed for you know I understand C F C I said goodbye and as I bent to kiss her fevered brow F C G7 C I heard her whisper thank you for the second handed flowers
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