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The Show's Almost Over Recorded by Cal Smith Written by Chuck Howard
G7 He walked up to the bandstand
And asked if an old man could sit in D7 Across his face I saw the pain G7 And I felt it in these words I heard him sing
C D7 F I can't believe what I see when I look in life's mirror G7 D7 G7 C So many left over scars from a dreamer’s career F I stole from the good life and now it wants payment from me G7 D7 G7 C But I've nothing but memories and little to give back you see
F And the shows almost over let me sing one more song G7 C The world sure looks lonely when the crowds are all gone F So children please listen oh but don't sing along G7 D7 Cause the mountains are mean G7 C And the meaning’s all wrong
D7 F On my way up I didn't want my woman around G7 D7 G7 C I was too busy bathing in the fame I had found F Now the circus is over somebody please tell the clown G7 C G7 And honey forgive me I'm sorry for letting you down
C F And the shows almost over let me sing one more song G7 C G7 C The world sure looks lonely when the crowds are all gone
And the old man turned his eyes toward heaven F And he pulled the microphone up close to his chest G7 Oh he cuddled it like it was a new born baby C And he slowly sank to the floor and took his last breath
F And the shows almost over let me sing one more song G7 C The world sure looks lonely when the crowds are all gone
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