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The Bed You Made
For Me lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's
a very good country song recorded by Highway 101.
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The Bed You Made For Me Recorded by Highway 101 Written by Paulette Carlson
G C G Darling were you listening when I called you late last night C G A7 D7 Or did the sleep get in your eyes did it blind me from your sight G C G Or was she lying with you was it hard for you to speak C G D7 G And did you tell her she was sleeping in the bed you made for me
C G And did you tell her she was sleeping in the bed you made for me D7 C D7 Did she like my satin sheets and did you sing her to sleep G C G And my pillow that she slept on did it bring her sweet dreams C G D7 G Did you tell her she was sleeping in the bed you made for me
C G The pillow that you made for me it was soft with feather down C G And the headboard it came from an old house A7 D7 That was about to be torn down G C G And the songs you always sang to me oh as I fall asleep C G D7 G Did they sound the same to her in the bed you made for me
C G Now you can take my old pillow and throw it out the door C G A7 D7 You can buy another bed you can find another headboard G C G Cause I ain't gonna lie beneath those satin sheets you tore C G D7 G The bed you made for me it isn't mine anymore
C G And did you tell her she was sleepin' D7 F G In the bed you made for me
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