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Nothing Short of Dying  Travis Tritt

Travis Tritt
[C]Ve[-]rs[D]e [-]1:[G] [-G/C] [-] [G]
[G]I should have told her more I [C]love her
I should've spent more time at hom[G]e
But should haves really aren't im[C]portant
Since the fact is , now she's gon[D]e
I wish I'd listened to my [C]conscience
when it said," don't let her [G]go
And if she's wonderin' how I'm [C]doing
[D]Well, I think she ought to know[G]
That I find [Am]mys[Bm]elf [C]praying
More than I've ever did before[G] [G/C] [G]
And now I find my heart is [A]breaking
Each time her memory slams the doo[D]r[Dsus] [D]
And I find myself [C]crying
And trying to hold [G]on
Cause there ain't nothing short of [C]dying
[D]That's worse than being left al[G]one[D] [C/D] [G]
Verse 2:
[G]I thought I'd be just fine with[C]out her
I'd be happy, a free man[G]
But the hurting side of [C]lonesome
Is what I didn't underst[D]and
And the lessons that I'm [C]learning
Lord, I'm learning awful [G]well
Cause nights I used to spend in [C]heaven
[D]Have been replaced by nights of hel[G]l
And I find [Am]mys[Bm]elf [C]praying
More than I've ever did be[G]fore[C/G] [G]
[G]And now I find my heart is [A]breaking
Each time her memory slams the door[D] [Dsus] [D]
And I find myself [C]crying
Oh, And trying to hold [G]on
Cause there ain't nothing short of [C]dying
[D]That's worse than being left a[C]lone[Eb] [G] [C/D] [G]

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