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There Must Be Another Way To live lyrics and chords

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There Must Be Another Way To live lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a good country song written by Mel Tillis and recorded by Kitty Wells.


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There Must Be Another Way To live
Recorded by Kitty Wells
Written by Mel Tillis

The streets of the city is your kingdom
G7 C
The crowded honky tonks you're living room
And from this way of life you'll find no freedom
C G7 C
Just loneliness and never ending gloom

G7 C
I can't lose this memory you gave me
D7 G7
For to the honky tonks your life you slowly give
Yet I still find myself thinking of you
C G7 C
Oh there must be another way to live
G7 C
Yes there must be another way to live

I never thought that I would end up lonely
G7 C
The love you gave was far from being blue
But in your heart was one love you loved only
C G7 C
When she came back I lost the love I knew

Repeat #2


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