TOLD YOU SO
[ country-rock/blues ]

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             Rockiní on down the highway, rolliní on down the road
             I'm rockiní on down the highway, rolliní on down the road
             Yeah, if youíre headiní my way, please donít say I told you so

       Didnít get much sunshine but I had my share of sorrow
       Grabbed my share of good times even if I had to borrow
       Thereíll be trouble in the next town sure as the sun come up tomorrow

       Had my share of whiskey, more than my share of sin
       Had my share of whatever left me in the shape Iím in
       A loose wheel without traction, accident waitiní to happen

             Rockiní on down the highway, rolliní on down the road
             Yeah, rockiní on down the highway, rolliní on down the road
             Yeah, if youíre headiní my way, please donít say I told you so

       All I earned was heartache, yeah from this thing called love
       And a lesson itís a mistake to curse the sky above
       But been enough hell to pay, ainít likely cominí back this way

       Some folks claim to know whatís true; stand on the corner and shout it
       Others been around a block or two; somehow, they lived to tell about it

             Yeah, rockiní on down the highway, rolliní on down the road
             Yeah, I'm rockiní on down the highway, rolliní on down the road
             And if youíre headiní my way, please don't say I told you so

       Guess Iíll head to the river where peaceful waters flow
       Straight on down the free way, ain't no better way to go
       And if youíre headiní my way, you might say I told you so
       Told you so, yeah



           


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