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Lucille (Kenny Rogers)

G In a bar in Toledo across from the depot, D7 on a barstool she took off her ring. Ami D7 I thought I'd get closer, so I walked on over, Ami D7 G I sat down and asked her her name. G When the drinks fin'ly hit her, she said, "I'm no quitter, G7 C but I fin'ly quit living on dreams. D7 I'm hungry for laughter and here ever after, G I'm after whatever the other life brings." G In the mirror I saw him and I closely watched him, D7 I thought how he looked out of place. Ami D7 He came to the woman who sat there beside me, Ami D7 G he had a strange look on his face. G The big hands were calloused, he looked like a mountain, G7 C for a minute I thought I was dead. D7 But he started shaking, his big heart was breaking, G he turned to the woman and said: C You picked a fine time to leave me, Lucille, G with four hungry children and crops in the field. C I've had some bad times, lived through some sad times, G but this time your hurtin' won't heal. D7 G A You picked a fine time to leave me, Lucille. A After he left us I ordered more whiskey, E7 I thought how she made him look small. Hmi E7 From the lights of the barroom, to a rented hotel room, Hmi E7 A we walked without talking at all. A She was a beauty, but when she came to me, A7 D she must've thought I'd lost my mind; E7 I couldn't hold her 'cause the words that he told her A kept coming back time after time: D You picked a fine time to leave me, Lucille, A with four hungry children and crops in the field. D I've had some bad times, lived through some sad times, A but this time your hurtin' won't heal. E7 A You picked a fine time to leave me, Lucille