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Randy Rogers Band, Lay It All On You Chords (ver.1)

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Lay It All On You Chords (ver.1)

Randy Rogers Band Tabs
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                Lay It All On You 
By Randy Rogers and Wade Bowen

Bm 	        G                    D                    A 
It'd funny how some people dream they put on a show just to be on the scene
Bm 	      G                    D                        A
I don’t know how many times I’ve stood right here, and you still don’t see me
G 	          Bm                   A                  D
It may be wrong but tonight I'm gonna see those city lights
  G 	  	   Bm                     G                      A
Cause it sure as hell beats lying here wishing I was on your mind

     D                       Bm
So, Tonight I’m walking and you started talkin’
      G                      A
About what you said we would never be 
D                        Bm
Oh and I’ve been worried it’s the same old story
G                       A
I never know if you’re gonna leave
G           Bm             A                  D
I say it’s the last time just like I always do
G        Bm
II give you another chance 
       A             D
And I lay it all on you

D-Bm-G-A X2

Bm 	      G                    D                 A
I caught myself out drifting cause sometimes I like just to be alone
Bm 	      G                    D                     A
Like a lonely gypsy I've got nothing to lose no one to call my own
G 	          Bm               A                  D
I know there are people watching waiting for my next move
G 	  	   Bm                       G                 A
Yeah but they can’t see that I’m too busy waitin’ on me and you

Chorus X 2

G               Bm
Well I’ll give you one more chance
          A             D
And I’ll lay it all on you
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