I will be doggone

Marvin Gaye

Tom: A
8 measures of A) 
> 
>Well, I'll be doggone if I wouldn't work all day (baby) 
>And I'll be doggone if I wouldn't bring you my pay (baby) 
>                         D 
>But if I ever caught you runnin' around 
>Bm                   E7 
>Blowin' my money all over this town 
>       A 
>Then I wouldn't be doggone, I'd be long gone (I'd be long gone) 
>Then I wouldn't be doggone, I'd be long gone (I'd be long gone) 
> 
>Verse 2: 
>I'll be doggone if you ain't a pretty thing (baby) 
>I'll be doggone if you ain't warm as a breath of spring (baby) 
>If we live to be 100 years old 
>If you ever let that spring turn cold 
>Then I wouldn't be doggone, hey hey, I'd be long gone (I'd be long gone) 
>Wo, I wouldn't be doggone, baby, I'd be long gone (I'd be long gone) 
> 
>Bridge: 
>            F#m 
>Well, every woman should try to be 
>Whatever her man wants her to be 
>  Bm 
>I don't want much, all I ask of you 
>       E7 
>Is for you to be true to me 
> 
>Verse 3: 
>I'll be doggone if a girl ain't a man's best friend (baby) 
>I'll be doggone if you ain't on the lovin' end (baby) 
>I know you make me feel like nobody could 
>But if I ever found out that you're no good 
>Then I wouldn't be doggone, baby, I'd be long gone (I'd be long gone) 
>Wo, I wouldn't be doggone, I'd be long gone (I'd be long gone) 
>Wo, I wouldn't be doggone 
>...and fade 
> 
 
 

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