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live until i die   Clay Walker















Date: 1/5/97; 5:40:45 PM

Subject: Live Until I Die

Live Until I Die
By Clay Walker
Intro: G  A D  G  A  D
D                        A
Skipping rocks, Skipping rope 
D                          G
Laughing at all my best friends jokes
D            A                          D
Things I loved when I was a kid
D                     A
Muddy roads, muddy feet 
D                          G  
I didn't live on no black top street
D                  G            D       A           D  
Things have changed a lot but I never did
Chorus:
D                             G       A          D   
And I don't want to think about tomorrow 
D                     G         A             D       
I don't need anything money can buy
D                     G      A           D
I don't have to beg, steel or borrow
D                 G     A       D
I just wanna live untill I die
D                A  
Living right, living in 
D                              G        D 
This little old town I grew up in
D             A                    D  
But I still held on to my dreams
D                        A
Standing proud, standing tall
D                                        G
Standing smack dab in the middle of in all
D           G                D           A             D           
I don't worry about things that I can't change
repeat chorus:
          Bm           A
And everything around me 
         G                  D 
Are things I dearly love
         Bm                   A     
And every night I get on my knees
          G                    A
And thank the lord above






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