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We Ain't Out Of Love Yet Recorded by Randy Travis Written by Larry Henley and Gene Pistilli
C A7 D7 You can throw away my picture empty out my dresser drawer G7 C G7 Break up all the dishes change the lock on the door A7 D7 But you can't erase my memory no matter how you try G7 It don't mean it's over just because you said goodbye
A7 D7 I'm sorry if I hurt you but you made me so mad G7 C E7 If I don't care about you why do I feel so bad A7 D7 We're almost out of sugar and our matches got wet G7 C But we ain't out of love yet
E7 We ain't out of love yet Am C Let's not do something hasty baby that we'll regret F D7 C A7 Our loving cup ain't empty there's still plenty left D7 G7 C And we ain't out of love yet
A7 D7 We might run out of gas and be left out in the rain G7 C E7 Could run out of cigarettes and money again A7 D7 A little out of touch or just plain out of our heads G7 C But we ain't out of love yet
E7 We ain't out of love yet Am C Let's not do something hasty baby that we'll regret F D7 C A7 Our loving cup ain't empty there's still plenty left D7 G7 And with just a little mending we can have a happy ending
C E7 Let's forgive and forget Am C We don't need a lawyer now we just need a rest F D7 C A7 Then we can get back into doing what we do best D7 G7 Was Scarlett ever through with Rhett D7 G7 You can't break up a perfect set D7 G7 C F C And we ain't out of love yet
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