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Never Really Tried My Love
Out Of The Woodwork III
1974 by Gary E. Andrews
All Right Reserved for the Globe


Chords:
C/G bass 332O1O
Am XO221O
F7 XOO211
Em O22OOO

When you walked away with my love,
And you did what you can do,
I was at a loss, For I had never,
Known anyone like you.
Doo-too-doo-too-doo-too-doo-too.
Doo-too-doo-too-doo-too-doo-too.

Then you tried to play with my love,
And you said you're sorry too.
I was in a fix, For I had always,
Placed a lot of faith in you.
Doo-too-doo-too-doo-too-doo-too.

(Chorus)
I get a feeling.
It starts in your eyes.
Feeling that you Never Really Tried My Love.
You Never Really Tried My Love.
You Never Really Tried My Love.
You Never Really Tried My Love.
You Never Really Tried My Love.

(V 3)
Now you try to say that your love,
Is a love that's ever true.
How can I believe what you are saying,
After seeing what you do?
After seeing what you do.

(Bridge)
You sound so sincere,
And so very endearing.
I fell for your every line.
Now the time is nearing,
And the fog is clearing.
You can't keep faking all the time.
You promise that you'll change,
But isn't it strange,
You'll never really change my love.

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Never Really Tried My Love 1974 by Gary E. Andrews.
All Rights Reserved For The Globe.

One of the first songs I wrote when I came home from Louisiana, knowing the girl I'd left was not waiting.