Why Donít You Love Me (Like You Used To Do?) --- Hank Williams

 

Well, [G]why donít you love me like you used to do?
How come you treat me like a [D7]worn-out shoe?
My [G]hairís still curly and my [C]eyes are still blue.
[G]Why donít you love me like you [D7]used to [G]do? 

          Ainít had no [C]loviní like a-hugginí and a-kissiní in a [D7]long, long [G]while.
          We donít get nearer or further or closer than a country [D7]mile. 

[G]Why donít you spark me like you used to do?
And say sweet nothinís like you [D7]used to coo?
Iím the [G]same old trouble that youíve [C]always been through.
So, [G]why donít you love me like you [D7]used to [G]do? 

Well, [G]why donít you be just like you used to be?
How come you find so many [D7]faults with me?
[G]Somebodyís changed, so let me [C]give you a clue.
[G]Why donít you love me like you [D7]used to [G]do? 

          Ainít had no [C]loviní like a-hugginí and a-kissiní in a [D7]long, long [G]while.
          We donít get nearer or further or closer than a country [D7]mile. 

[G]Why donít you say the things you used to say?
What makes you treat me like a [D7]piece of clay?
My [G]hairís still curly and my [C]eyes are still blue.
[G]Why donít you love me like you [D7]used to [G]do?

 

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