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Yearwood Trisha, There Goes My Baby Chords (ver.1)

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There Goes My Baby Chords (ver.1)

Yearwood Trisha Tabs
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                                        by Tricia Yearwood


  C   G/C   F/C   G

Verse 1:

  C          Cmaj7                 F
  He was the kind  of  guy   who   loves
  so unselfishly
  C          C/E                   F
  And every - one could see what a prize he was
  G            F         G         Em
  Everyone but me        I must be blind
  Am            Dm
  I must be the kind who don't know what they have
  Fm                G
  'til they're all alone and sad


  C                     C                   A7/C#
  There goes my baby    Like the sun fallin out of the clear blue sky
  Dm                    Fm                  G
  There goes my baby         And it's gonna be a cold hard night
  C                       Bb                   F/A              Ab
  Now that I finally see  How I need him to be Right here by my side
  C/G           Am     Fm        G      C       G
  There goes my baby   Bye bye baby goodbye

Verse 2:

  How could I have a love so fine and not know what it's worth
  Maybe this empty heart he left behind is all that I deserve
  What kind of fool finds a perfect jewel
  and can't see how it shines 'til she's all alone and crying



  Ab                  Fm             C             C-B-Bb-A
  How I wish I could  hold him in my arms and say
  Ab                  Fm                  Dm            G
  This time I'm gonna treat him right but it's too late



  Fm        G      C
  Bye bye baby goodbye
  Fm        G      C
  Bye bye baby goodbye
  Fm        Ab     C
  Bye bye baby goodbye

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