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Where Love Used To Live Recorded by David Houston Written by Billy Sherrill and Glenn Sutton
C G7 C Four men in a big truck came today G7 C They walked right in and took your things away F C F And standin' at the door I watched them drive away C G7 C G7 Now it all comes back like it was yesterday
C G7 C I had stopped off for a drink on my way home G7 C Saw an ole girl friend in a corner all alone F C F She said let's have a drink just for ol' time sake C G7 C I sat down with her and that was my mistake
G7 C F Now where love used to live there's just an empty home C Am D7 G7 For when jealousy moved in everything went wrong C F D7 If you'd only trusted me and had the heart to forgive C G7 C There'd be love again where love used to live
G7 C But someday I'll be lookin' out the door G7 C And that same big truck will pull up here once more F C F I'll watch the same four men as they unload love again C G7 C And put it back the way it was before
F Then where love used to live there'll be a happy home C Am D7 G7 With faith and understandin' nothin' can go wrong C F D7 When you finally realize there's nothin' to forgive C G7 C F There'll be love again where love used to live
C G7 F C There'll be love again where love used to live
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