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Born To Be Blue Chords

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                Born To Be Blue 
By The Judds

F9  - X87888
E9 –  X76777
C9  - 87888X


A         F9     A         F9
Maybe I'm wrong, maybe I'm right
A       F9   E9    A      
Maybe I just don't know
C9
Will I ever fall in love and never have to worry
         A       F9   A
That I'm fallin' all alone
F9               E9                    A
Maybe it's true, I was just born to be blue
F9               E9                    A
Maybe it's true, I was just born to be blue

A
They say everybody's got a someone, a sweet somebody to love
   A
It might be fate or destiny, maybe written in the stars above
D
But I can't help but wonder after all that I've been through
A            
Maybe my baby's nowhere to be found and I was just born to be blue
     D
Oooh-hoo
     E
Oooh-hoo


Was I born to be unhappy, just to live on heartache street
Was I born to go to bed each night and cry myself to sleep
Can somebody out there help me give me some kind of clue
Tell me I'm wrong, tell me I'm right, but, don't tell me I was born to be blue
Oooh-hoo
Oooh-hoo


They say nobody dies from a heartache, you can't drown in your own tears
But who wants to live in this world alone where minutes turn into years
So I'd rather go down believin' suffer a heartache or two
Tell me I'm wrong, tell me I'm right but, don't tell me I was born to be blue
Oooh-hoo
Oooh-hoo


Was I born to be blue, born just to cry
Born to be alone 'til the day I die
Somebody tell me was I born to be loved, born to be kissed
Born to find the one to show me what I missed
Was I born to be blue, born just to cry
Born to be alone 'til the day I die
Tell me, Mama was I born to be loved, born to be kissed
Born to find the one to show me what I missed
 
            
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