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The Phone Call Recorded by Mickey Gilley with Charly McClain Written by Even Stevens and Billy Joe Walker
F Oh I've been driving all night long
And I'm finally in her town C G7 C Pulling off the freeway looking for a telephone F As I dial the number from a booth outside I call C G7 C Thinking about the last time when I held her in my arms A#7 F Am Said hello then ask can I see you tonight G# A#7 G7 Then there was only silence on the line C Then she said
Oh I'd really like to see you again
It's getting late and I'm expecting a friend F And after all it just wouldn't be right
I think it's better that we say goodnight C And I hung up the phone
The last time you came though this town
You built me up then you let me down F And I'm being careful with this heart of mine C I've been getting along just fine without you
F Oh baby before you go won't you please let me explain C G7 I've changed a lot since way back then C I'm a different kind of man F It took awhile but now I know that I left the best behind C G7 C And I don't wanna sleep alone in some hotel room tonight A#7 F But no matter what I said her voice was cold as ice G# G7 Even begged her to give me one last try C But she said
G7 C Then she said F C I'm really sorry but I really have to go
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