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Why Lady Why

Áño: 1980 - Álbum: The Essential Alabama

	  This is a first, so if there are any suggestions of corrections, please let 
me know.   Jessie Boyte    [email protected] 
This is my favorite Alabama song. It's written by Teddy Gentry and R. Scott 
I picked this off the Alabama Greatest Hits CD. 
 
 
intro: C  Bm  C  Bm 
 
               Em                                   G 
Why lady why        can't I leave you alone 
              Em                                    G 
I try lady try       but the feelings too strong 
                        C  Am                           G 
You stay on my mind      I feel just like a fool 
                Am                                     G 
Why lady why                can't I get over you 
 
 
Riff     (C  Bm  C  Bm) 
 
 
Why lady why it was easy before 
 
I try lady try but it ain't easy no more 
 
to be on my way       would be the best thing to do 
 
Why lady why can't I get over you 
 
 
Riff     (C  Bm  C  Bm) 
 
 
Why lady why can't I leave you alone 
 
I try lady try but the feelings too strong 
 
To be on my way       would be the best thing to do 
 
Why lady why can't I get over you 
 
 
Riff        (C  Bm  C  Bm) 
 
 
Lead 
 
Chords to verse 
 
Enjoy Jessie 
 
 

	  
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