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Warning Labels lyrics and chords

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Warning Labels lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very good country song recorded by Doug Stone.


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Warning Labels
Recorded by Doug Stone
Written by Kim Williams and Oscar Turman
[3/4 time]

I begged her to stay and give it one more try
D7 G7
She said it’s over and she said goodbye
Now I’m at this bar trying to wash away my pain
G7 C
Every time I hear the jukebox tears fall like rain

F C Am
They ought-a put warning labels on those sad country songs
C D7 G7
Harmful to the heart when you’re left all alone
F C Am
If you’re drinking you’ll start thinking bout a love that went wrong
C G7 C
They ought-a put warning labels on those sad country songs

They warned me about cigarettes and whiskey and beer
D7 G7
No one ever warned me about the music I hear
I don’t guess I would listen to what they say anyway
G7 C
But at least I’d been ready when the first sad song played

Repeat #2

F C Am
There’s nothing harder on my heart than ol’ Haggard and Jones
C G7 F C
They ought-a put warning labels on those sad country songs


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