"Real Old-Fashioned Broken Heart" as written by and Bob Mcdill....
I played with [A]love; I thought I was a [D]sophisticated [Bm]kind

I looked at [E]life like modern lovers [A]do[E]

It's a [A]game, I said, bed to bed, [D]never hurts these [Bm]days

But [E]now, the jokes on me, since I lost [A]you


Cause I'm [A]playing Hank Williams on the [D]jukebox[Bm]

Order [E]up ole whiskey at the [A]Bar[E]

Through my [A]tears, I'll light another [D]lucky[Bm]

I've got a [E]real old fashioned broken [A]heart


I'd been [A]around, in and out of [D]lover's arms be[Bm]fore

Thought [E]it was just for fun this day and [A]time[E]

Love, I [A]said, is just in your head,

[D]You don't feel it any[Bm]more

But [E]losing you has made me change my [A]mind

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"Real Old-Fashioned Broken Heart" as written by Bob Mcdill

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