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I´m Gonna Listen To Me

Song Author Dallas Frazier Performer: Gene Pitney Submitted by: Anonymous

[G]When I loved you I was foolish and I [C]knew it
Being [G]true was something you could not [D7]retain
After [G]all the times I told myself don't [C]do it
Like a [G]moth I fall [D7]into your burning [G]flame

Oh the next time I tell m[C]e something I'm gonna listen to me
[A7]Especially when I tell myself and [D7]self agrees
Both [G]me and myself oughta be strung up in a [C]hanging tree
The [G]next time I tell [D7]me something I'm gonna [G]listen to me

Knowing all the time that someday you would [C]leave me
This [G]ole crazy heart of mine kept hanging [D7]on   
You've [G]done everything to hurt me and [C]deceive me
Lucky [G]me you found [D7]another now you're [G]gone

Oh the next time I tell m[C]e something I'm gonna listen to me
[A7]Especially when I tell myself and [D7]self agrees
Both [G]me and myself oughta be strung up in a [C]hanging tree
The [G]next time I tell [D7]me something I'm gonna [G]listen to me

Oh the next time I tell [D7]me something I'm gonna [G]listen to me


When I loved you I was foolish and I knew it
Being true was something you could not retain
After all the times I told myself don't do it
Like a moth I fall into your burning flame

Oh the next time I tell me something I'm gonna listen to me
Especially when I tell myself and self agrees
Both me and myself oughta be strung up in a hanging tree
The next time I tell me something I'm gonna listen to me

Knowing all the time that someday you would leave me
This ole crazy heart of mine kept hanging on
You've done everything to hurt me and deceive me
Lucky me you found another now you're gone

Oh the next time I tell me something I'm gonna listen to me
Especially when I tell myself and self agrees
Both me and myself oughta be strung up in a hanging tree
The next time I tell me something I'm gonna listen to me

Oh the next time I tell me something I'm gonna listen to me

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