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Title: The Chain Of Love
Artist: Clay Walker
Album: Live Laugh And Love

Intro: C F C G C (Last Line Of Chorus)

(Verse 1)
C
He was drivin' home one evenin' In his beat up Pontiac

When an old lady flagged him down her Mercedes had a flat
G 
He could see that she was frightened standin' out there in the snow
C
Till he said I'm here to help you Maam by the way my na---mes Joe

(Verse 2)

She said I'm from St Louis and I'm only passin' through

I must have seen a hundred cars go by this is awful nice of you
G
Then he changed the tire and closed her trunk and was about to drive away
C
She said how much do I owe you and here's what he had to say

CHORUS:
N/C F C
You don't owe me a thiiinngg, I've been there too
G C C7
Someone once helped me out Just the way I'm helpin' you
F C F
If you really wanna pay me back here's what you do
N/C C F C G C
Don't let the chain of love end with you

(Verse 3)
C
And then 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
G
But she couldn't help but notice how the waitress smiled so sweet
C
And how she must have been eight months along and dead on her feet

(Verse 4)
C
But she didn't know her story and she probably never will

When the waitress went to get her change from a hundred dollar bill
G
The lady slipped right out the door And on a napkin left a note
C
There were tears in the waitress eyes when she read what she wrote

Repeat Chorus:

(Verse 5)
C
That night when she got home from work the waitress climbed into bed

She was thinkin' 'bout the money and what the ladies note had said
G
As her husband layed there sleepin' She whispered soft and low
C
Everything's gonna be alright I love you Joe



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