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To Be Loved by a Woman
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To Be Loved by a Woman Recorded by Keith Whitley Written by Billy Joe Shaver
G I wonder if you realize C How good it is to be loved by a woman D7 A woman you can count on G D7 Even when she knows you've done her wrong G D7 The one who worships you G In spite of that old rowdy ground C That you used to walk on D7 Who'll stay awake to give you help G And thank the Lord you finally made it home
C Well it's that woman there behind you G D7 The one who makes you who you are G A7 She's not the President's first lady D7 She ain't no motion picture star C But she's the one who keeps you goin' G When you'd swear hope is gone D7 She's the mother of your children G Thank God she won't leave you alone
So if your thinkin' how you'd like C To shuck it all and get down on the highway D7 Well buddy let me tell you G There ain't nothing left but leaving from then on
You better wrap her in your arms C And strap some good old fashioned love and honor D7 Or else you'll stagger in some night G And find an empty house that was your home
C But it's that woman there behind you G D7 The one who makes you who you are G A7 She's not the president's first lady D7 She ain't no motion picture star C But she's the one who keeps you goin' G When you'd swear hope was gone D7 She's the mother of your children G Thank God she won't leave you alone
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