This is the work of Tim Ausburn. Put with Ernest Tubb
WHAT GOOD WILL IT DO Writers Tommy Duncan - Duane Howard
Recorded by Ernest Tubb May, 1945
(C) I'll forgive you but what good will it (F) do,
We would (G7) have those same old fights to go (C) through,
And I'd much rather be dead,
Than to (F) hear those words you said,
I'll for- (G7) give you but what good will it (C) do.
I still love you but what good will it do,
One can't make a go of love it takes two,
Oh you can't keep up a home,
With a heart that wants to roam,
I still love you but what good will it do.
I'll come back dear but what good would it do,
'Cause it won't take you long to be untrue,
That would mean another fight,
On and on into the night,
I'll come back but what good will it do.
I could blame you but what good will it do,
After all I can't tell you what to do,
We are born a certain way,
Dear and that's the way we stay,
I could blame you but what good will it do.