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Miranda Lambert, Same Old You Chords (ver.2)

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Same Old You Chords (ver.2)

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G
So here you are
G
In your borrowed car
G
Kicking rocks around
G7               C
Looking at your shoes
                        G
It's the same old you

G
Tell me where you been
G
And where you're going to
G
Where were you last night
G              G7                C (Am?)
Boy listen up when I'm talking to you
Am                      G
It's the same old you

          D
Another lonely night
           C               G
With that same old whiskey morning

CHORUS:
                    C
It's the same old you
C
When you get to drinking
              G
The same old you
G
When you're on the town
             C
The same old you
C
In church on Sunday
         D                              D7
Getting high when the sun goes down
          G
Well this time I done some thinking
      C
And I think I'm done with you
        D                 D7
Cause until I get to leaving
                  C           G
It's just the same old me too

G
Well your mama's gonna cry her eyes
                        G7              C
There ain't gonna be no wedding day
                     G
What's she gonna say?
When I tell her how I had no choice
                                                    G7
The same old you couldn't even raise your voice
                 C
And ask me to stay
                G
I wouldn't anyway
                D
So you can keep your ring
           C                    G
And I'll keep my daddy's name

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