Chain Of Love2-crd Clay Walker
[D]He was driving home one evening in his beat up Poniac
when an old lady flagged him down her Mercedes had a
flat. [A]He could tell that she was frightened standing
out there in the snow till he said I'm here to help
you ma'am, [A7]by the way my names [D]Joe. She said I'm from
St. Louis and I'm only passing threw I must of seen a
hundred cars go by this is awfull nice of you [A]and as
he changed her tire and closed her trunk and was about
to drive away she said how much do I owe you [A7]here's
what he had to [D]say:
You don't owe me a thing, I been there too. Someone
[A]once helped me out just the [D]way I'm helping you. If
you [G]really want to pay me back,[D] here's what you [G]do:
--------------D G D A D
Don't let the chain of love end with you.
[D]A few miles down the road the lady saw a small cafe,
she went in to grab a bite to eat and then be on her
way, [A]but she couldn't help but notice how the waitress
smiled so sweet. And how she must of been eight months
along and [A7]dead on her [D]feet. Though she didn't know her
story and she probably never will, when the waitress
went to get her change from a hundred dollar bill. [A]The
lady slipped right out ther door and on a napkin left
a note there were tears in the waitress eyes when she
[A7]read what she [D]wrote.
[D]That night when she got home from work the waitress
climbed into bed she was thinking about the money and
what the lady's note had said. [A]And as her husband lie
there sleeping she whispered soft and low.
A7 ---------- D
Everything's gonna be alright. I love you, Joe.
*Tip* The song CAN be played by using the A7 chord at
the " I love you" part but I don't play it that way.