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Things That Lovers Do lyrics and chords are intended for your personal
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Things That Lovers Do Recorded by Stonewall Jackson Written by Hugh X. Lewis
C She takes one day a week to call her own F C She tells her husband that today she'll be gone F C To bargain shop and someone does her hair Dm G7 C In case that he calls home and she's not there
She slides into a booth next to a man F C A drink or two as they sit holding hands F C And without fail before the day is through Dm G7 C They're off to do the things that lovers do
F G7 C She can't say it's for real she'll never know for sure F G7 A love you have to steal somehow is not as pure F C The game she plays is really nothing new Dm G7 C She's just doing things that lovers do
She waits for him at home when he comes in F C She always asks him how his day has been F C She shows him things she bought some weeks before Dm G7 C She got away with fooling him once more
The next day's business flies him out of town F C And pleasure meets him when his plane sits down F C No one suspects that he's been cheatin' too Dm G7 C But he's just doing things that lovers do
F G7 C His conscience hurts awhile but not enough to quit F G7 Since cheatin' is the style he makes the most of it F C It all boils down to who's been cheatin' who Dm G7 C But he's just doing things that lovers do Dm G7 C We're just doing things that lovers do
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