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Trisha Yearwood - Hello, I'm Gone


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                    Hello, I'm Gone             written by:Kevin Welch
                      performed by Trisha Yearwood on "Everybody Knows" 
[Intro]
 C
                      F
1.Somebody's waiting back home in Dallas
  C                           G
  With no idea where she has gone
                                          F
  Got her suitcase all packed up, in the back of a pickup
  C                               G
  Got her red knee-high luccheses on

2.She's on any old two-lane, west-bound she knows
  'Cause she was chasing her shadow, when the sun finally rose
  Man, she's just running, it don't matter where
  C                                G                C
  She figures she'll know where she is when she's there

       F             C           F          C
C.She didn't leave nothin' she can't do without
    F               C        F           G
  That's enough reason for leavin' no doubt
        C             F       C          F
  She rolls down the window, turns up a song
   C                               G            C
  Laughs at the weather and says, hello, I'm gone

3.She broke down in Lubbock, got it stuck in reverse
  So she hitched down the highway, her little gun in her purse
  Got to the station, stared at the phone
  Found herself thinkin' about calling for home

C.She didn't leave nothin' she can't do without
  That's enough reason for leavin' no doubt
  She dropped in a quarter, made herself strong
  All that she told him was, Hello, I'm gone

Tag:Then she called up a tow-truck, said, Fix up what's wrong
  I'm paying in cash, boys, Hello, I'm gone

                            leafgreen_p@alph.swosu.edu



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