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Slightly Used lyrics and chords

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Slightly Used lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, this is a very pretty country song co-written and recorded by Wynn Stewart.


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Slightly Used
Recorded by Wynn Stewart
Written by Wynn Stewart, Curtis Leach, Bobby George

C G7
Before we slip and fall in love I'd better caution you
I'm the kind they've warned you of I've slipped a time or two
The stories you just can't believe though I'm guilty as accused
G7 C
I've still got my pride slightly used

It's been slightly used but it still hurts to love and lose
It's been slightly used but it still hurts to cry the blues
If you still want this heart of mine then it belongs to you
G7 C
With all my love slightly used

Our destiny's are not the same I'm bad and you're so good
One of us would have to change I don't know if I could
And if I fail I'd drag you down until your pride refused
G7 C
Then you'd be like me slightly used

Repeat #2


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