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Until It Happens To You Recorded by Alabama Written by Jeff Cook, Teddy Gentry, Ronnie Rogers
C G7 F C I worry all day and I can't go to sleep at night G7 F Thinking bout baby and wondering C Who's holding her tight tonight Am F People say I've been a fool too long too long Am A#7 G7 All my friends still ask me why I keep hanging on and on
C G7 A#7 F C And I say you'll never know until it happens to you G7 A#7 F C You'll never know all that I'm going through Am G7 F Love ain't something that flies away Am G7 F G7 Somebody goes but the feeling stays C G7 A#7 F C And you'll never know until it happens to you
G7 F C Am Saturday's rollin' and everybody's rockin' but me G7 F C I should go to town but I don't want no company no no no Am F Friends say I should be out having fun with someone Am I know it's true but if they only knew A#7 G7 It's easier said than done oh yeah
Am F Friends say I've been a fool too long much too long Am A#7 They just don't understand why G7 I sit at home all alone by the phone
C G7 A#7 F C And I say you'll never know until it happens to you G7 A#7 F C You'll never know all that I'm going through G7 A#7 C G7 A#7 F You'll never know oh no you'll never know oh oh C G7 A#7 F C You'll never know until it happens to you
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