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Transcribed by: asf0@comcast.net  Alice Franceschini
Date:  April 13, 1998
Album: He'll Have To Go
Written by: J. and A. Allison
Note: Thanks to Rebel for the album and writer's info.
Rebel also adds.......
The song was released on the album of the same name "He'll Have to Go",
LPM-2223, RCA Victor in 1960. I was at one time a collector of Jim Reeves
records but have long since sold the collection. My favorite album was
the one above, which I kept two copies of. One was a Canadian release 
and the other was American. Same songs but different covers. My favorite
cut on the record was a song called "If Heartache is the Fashion". Beautiful song.


         HE'LL HAVE TO GO     Jim Reeves

D                              G             D
Put your sweet lips a little closer to the phone
          D7                            A
Let's pretend that we're together all alone
               D                D7              G 
I'll tell the man to turn the jukebox way down low
             D                       A                    D       
And you can tell your friend there with you he'll have to go
          G                         
You can't say the words I want to hear
              D 
While you're with another man
        G
Do you want me answer yes or no
        D             A
Darling I will understand
D                      G              D
Whisper to me tell me do you love me true
      D7                        A
Or is he holding you the way I do 
              D                 D7               G  
Tho love is blind make up your mind I've got to know
                              A                      D  
Should I hang up or will you tell him he'll have to go

lead
A              D               D7               G
I'll tell the man to turn the jukebox way down low 
                                     A                    D
And you can tell your friend there with you he'll have to go



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