Can't Stand Losing You

Words & Music:



Dm    Gm  [vamp]


Dm         Am      Gm                Dm             Am             Gm

Called you so many times today and I guess it's all true what your girlfriends say.

     Dm        Am           Gm                  Dm              Am                Gm

That you don't ever want to see me again & your brother's gonna kill me & he's 6'-10.

  Bb          F       Bb   F             C      G           C       Asus4

I guess you'd call it cowardice, but I'm not prepared to go on like this.




I can't, I can't, I can't stand losing...


I can't, I can't, I can't stand losing...

Asus4                                           Dm   Gm

I can't, I can't, I can't, I can't stand losing you.

Dm    Gm      Dm     Gm [etc.]

I can't stand losing you.  I can't stand losing you.  I can't stand losing you.


I see you sent my letters back and my LP records and they're all scratched.

I can't see the point in another day when nobody listens to a word I say.

You can call it lack of confidence, but to carry on living doesn't make no sense.




I guess this is our last goodbye and you don't care, so I won't cry.

And you'll be sorry when I'm dead and all this guilt will be on your head.

I guess you'd call it suicide; but, I'm too full to swallow my pride.




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