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Someone Else's Tears lyrics and chords

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Someone Else's Tears
Recorded by Clint Black
Written by Clint Black and Gerry House

C G7 A#7
Here in the silence I can hear the truth
F
All the things that you won't say
C G7 A#7
We could both deny it oh but it's no use
G7
I can see what's there behind that look on your face

C Dm C F G7 Am
I can't watch you fall apart but I'm still dancing in my heart
G7 F Fm C
You're not cryin' over me and I need some room to breathe
G7 C F Fm C
It's like I'm drowning here in someone else's tears

G7
Looking at the sunset you crying in your hands
A#7 F
Now we're bound to make our separate trail of footprint in the sand
C G7
But I won't be the picture I can't look at anymore
A#7 G7
Of a ship that's going under and looking for the shore

repeat #2

F G7
And I know you promised me every last dance
Am F C
And you're still out here on the floor
D# A#7
But you're just holding me
F C G7 C
You don't belong to me anymore

Dm C F G7 Am
I can't watch you fall apart but I'm still dancing in my heart
G7 F Fm C
You're not cryin' over me and I need some room to breathe
G7 C F C F
It's like I'm drowning here it's like I'm drowning here

repeat #2

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