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Whatever's Left Recorded by Faron Young Written by Jerry Chesnut
G D7 G G7 She never was much when it came to pretendin' C D7 G And I knew that somethin' was wrong D7 G Em She never was one who could hide her emotions D7 A7 D7 Or keep any secret too long
G D7 Em D7 You must have been out of your mind even thinkin' C D7 G There was somethin' that she wouldn't tell C D7 G Em The fact you believe she could keep this inside her C D7 G D7 Just proves you don't know her too well
G D7 G G7 I hope for your sake she's not somthin' you borrow C D7 G That might have looked good at the time D7 G Em It's a little bit late in the day to remind you D7 A7 D7 You're layin' it all on the line
G D7 Em D7 And don't you believe that in time I'll forget it C G D7 And when she comes cryin' to me C D7 G Em That's when you best give your soul to somebody C D7 G D7 Cause whatever's left goes to me
G D7 G G7 I've already told her to do what she wants to C D7 G And she seemed a little confused D7 G Em She knows that I love her so much that I'll give her D7 A7 D7 This chance to be happy with you
G D7 Em D7 But the first time you hurt she's gonna come cryin' C D7 G And you'd better be on your knees C D7 G Em Yes that's when you best give your soul to somebody C D7 G Cause whatever's left goes to me C D7 G Em Yes that's when you best give your soul to somebody C D7 G Cause whatever's left goes to me
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