This Just Ain't No Good Day For Leavin'
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This Just Ain't No Good Day For Leavin' Recorded by Gene Watson Written by Dallas Frazier and Sanger D. Shafer
C F C Am The handle on my suitcase is comin' off again F G7 And the cleaners only sent back half my things C F C The forecast of the weather says we're in for heavy rain Dm D7 G7 And you know I don't like driving in the rain
F C I wish the sun was shinin' I'd be on the road right now Dm G7 With nothing but a good time on my mind F I hope that you don't think C Am That you're the reason I'm still here F G7 C Or think that love is puttin' off goodbye
F G7 This just ain't no good day for leavin' F G7 F C Against my wants and wishes I guess I'll have to stay F G7 This just ain't no good day for leavin' F G7 C If it's alright with you I think I'll wait F G7 (Think I'll wait think I'll wait think I'll wait)
C F C Am Today my eyes are misty and I'm all choked up inside F G7 It's funny how cold can make you cry C F C Am Jimmy called and said he found my lighter in his car Dm G7 Can I help it if he can't come by till five
F C Just because I don't let on how much my heart has changed Dm G7 Don't think that I can't walk right out that door F C If I still cared for you I'd find a way to stall for time F G7 C It's a good thing I don't love you anymore
F G7 This just ain't no good day for leavin' F G7 F C Against my wants and wishes I guess I'll have to stay F G7 This just ain't no good day for leavin' F G7 C If it's alright with you I think I'll wait F G7 (Think I'll wait think I'll wait) C Just think I'll wait
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