"What Did Love Ever Do To You"
sung by, Hank Williams III
written by, Kostas, Dean Miller
from the CD, Risin' Outlaw
[F#] Oh, [B] some day you'll find out what it [F#] means to be blue
'Cause everybody pays for the [C#] things that they [F#] do
[B] You broke something precious, sacred and [F#] true
Darlin', what did love ever [C#] do to [F#] you
[F#] I still can't believe what I'm feelin'
As my [C#] heart turns slowly to [F#] stone
I'm staring a [F#7] hole thru the [B] ceiling
The [F#] memory of your [C#] leaving won't let me go
instrumental: (rockabilly guitar with some steel mixed in)
Your words built the walls of this prison
and like a fool I'm doin' time for you
I searched thru my mind for a reason
But when you left, you left me without a clue
Repeat chorus, singing the last two lines twice.
There you have it, friends. This song is very straight forward, Nashville
sounding fare. Still, listen carefully and you'll hear a lot of Hank Sr. in
the voice, I think.