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Winding Down Written and recorded by Clint Black
C G7 Am As past times go I guess I've seen some good D7 G7 It's not always the best ones come and stay C G7 Am There's a crowd that thinks there is one and it should F G7 C Cause they always seem to spend there the same old way
D7 And they call it winding down G7 F The six to ten crowd smoky bars C F Notes on napkins and business cards C G7 C Describe the day’s events and go on home
D7 And it's likely they won't drown G7 F The price goes up and one more round C F They close up all the bars downtown C G7 C As the singer plays one last rip-roaring song
G7 Am It seems like the same ole motions every night D7 G7 He wants to hear a golden oldie to take him back C G7 Am And I'll play out all the emotions I can't fight F G7 C Relive the tensions and hope they're on the right track
E7 Am Honky tonk heroes turn the page G7 F And the books are closed tonight C F Everybody knows you better leave 'em up G7 C So they'll go home feeling right
F You better leave 'em up G7 C So they'll go home feeling right
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