Bruce Robison – “Blame It On Me”

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Artist: Bruce Robison
Title: Blame it on me
cd: Country Sunshine

Bruce Robison – Blame it on me

—–(capo 2nd fret)—–

Intro – D – Bm7 – G – D

(verse 1)
D Bm7
You’re standing there, that look in your eye,
G D
You’re looking for good ways to tell me goodbye,
D Bm7
Something ’bout people how they never know,
G D
They’re loving somebody and then letting them go,
Bm7 G Gm
You’re looking for reasons and there ain’t no need,
D
You can blame it on me,

(chorus)
G D
You can blame it on me, I was the one,
A D
I had no right to turn it all wrong,
Bm7 A
I held you too close I couldn’t let go,
G D
Can’t loose your cool these days, I know,
Bm7 G Gm
so I’ll go on home and you can feel free,
D
To blame it on me,

(verse 2)
I am too rough, I work too hard,
I got no cool friends, I drive an old car,
I’m not the picture of anyone’s dreams,
Handful of bluebonnets and boots and old jeans,
You’re looking for reasons and there ain’t no need,
You can blame it on me,

(chorus)
G D
Blame it on me, I was the one,
A D
Acting like real life was some old love song,
Bm7 A
I held you too close I couldn’t let go,
G D
Can’t loose your cool these days, I know,
Bm7 G Gm
So I’ll go on home and you can feel free,
D
To blame it on me,

(bridge)
Bm7 A
You start looking for ways out of love then,
G Gm
I’ve been making mistakes by the dozen,
D A D Bm7 – G – D
so if you want to leave you can blame it on me,

(chorus)
Bm7 A
I held you too close I couldn’t let go,
G D
Can’t loose your cool these days, I know,
Bm7 G Gm
so I’ll go on home and you can feel free,
D
To blame it on me,

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