Tracy Lawrence – “Lessons Learned”

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Lessons Learned by Tracy Lawrence
Written by Tracy Lawrence, Paul Nelson & Larry Boone

Im pretty sure Tracy plays this in the key of F
I prefer to play it in G

Intro: G-Am-C-D-C-D

G
I was ten years old the day I got caught
Am
with some dime store candy that I never bought
C G
I hung my head and I faced the wall
C D
as Daddy showed me wrong from right
G
He said this hurts me more than it does you
Am
there’s some things Son that you just don’t do
C G
is anything I’m saying, gettin through
C D
said Daddy I can see the light

Chorus
G
oh, lessons learned, man they sure run deep
Em
they don’t go away and the don’t come cheap
C G Am
oh there’s no way around it, cause this world turns
D
on lessons learned

Verse 2

Grandaddy was a man I loved
he bought my first ball and glove
he even taught me how to drive his truck
circlin’ that old town square

he spoke of life with a slow southern drawl
I never heard him ’cause I knew it all
but I sure listened when I got the call
that he was no longer there

Repeat Chorus

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