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The Stairs lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very good country song recorded by Reba McEntire.
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The Stairs Recorded by Reba McEntire Written by Pamela Brown and Dalton Roberts
C G7 She looks at the clock it's a quarter past nine Am F G7 She hears his car as he pulls in the drive C G7 Dinner's still waiting from hours before D7 G7 She knows he's been drinking when he walks through the door Dm G7 In anger he strikes out and she starts to cry Dm G7 How much more can she take how much more can she lie
C F G7 And she fell down the stair again Am Em F G7 But it hasn't happened since she don't know when F G7 Was it in spring when she packed up the kids Dm G7 Or maybe in winter with his job on the skids Am Em F Oh but just like before she'll have to pretend Dm G7 C That she fell down the stairs again
G7 A short time ago she started a job Am F G7 Serving chicken fried steak and corn on the cob C G7 She started out shy but she ended up sure D7 G7 That a ticket to anywhere could be the cure Dm G7 But he couldn't handle her change for the better Dm G7 She tried to leave him but he wouldn't let her
F G7 He says he's sorry he'd didn’t mean it C G7 Am He swears it won't happen again F G7 But she's so confused she wants to believe it Dm G7 She just wants this nightmare to end
Am Em F Just like before she'll have to pretend Dm G7 C That she fell down the stairs again
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