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Sorry You Asked Written and recorded by Dwight Yoakam
C F C You'll be sorry you asked me the reason F G7 That she's not here with me tonight C F C F And I know you were probably just acting polite C G7 C But you'll be sorry you ever asked why
F A#7 F We started having problems in August last year A#7 F So things had been kinda rough for quite awhile A#7 F And you know how you think it'll work itself out G7 Well mister that thought's wrong by a long long mile
F A#7 F I might should've seen that we were drifting apart A#7 F But I was in what I guess you'd call denial A#7 F And I always heard them say that you're the last one to know G7 Well buddy I was last by a long long while
F A#7 F Okay we both have a tendency to overreact A#7 F So I can't really tell you who's at fault A#7 F But there were certain third parties well her sister for one G7 That helped bring out reconciling to a drop-dead halt
C F C Now aren't you sorry you asked me the reason F G7 That she's not here with me tonight C F C F And I know you were probably just acting polite C G7 C But I'm sure sorry you ever asked why
G7 C Aren't you sorry you ever asked why G7 C I'm sure sorry you ever asked why
F A#7 F Did I tell you that she tried to have me locked out of the house A#7 F I had to go hire a lawyer and all A#7 F But I know that was mostly her family's idea G7 C I could her them tell her what to say every time I called
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