Still I Love Him – lyrics and chords

The lyrics to Still I Love Him tell the story of a woman that is so in love with her man that she will aways forgive him, no matter how badly he treats her. The chords are presented here in the key of C major. Use our chord converter to play the song in other keys.

 
C 
When I was single I  
G7 
wore a black  
C 
shawl
 
Now that I’m  
Am 
married I’ve  
G7 
nothing at all.
Chorus
 
F 
Still I  
C 
love him,  
G7 
I’ll 
 
for
C 
give 
 
him
 
Am 
I’ll go  
C 
with him wher
G7 
ever he  
C 
goes.

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He stands at the corner ansd whistles me out
His hands in his pockets, his shirt hanging out.

Chorus

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He bought me a handkerchief red whit and blue
And then to clean windows he tore it in two.

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He comes down our alley and whistles me out
And when I get out there he knocks me about.

Chorus

He took me to the alehouse and bought me some stout
Before I could drink it he ordered me out.

Chorus

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[C]When I was single I [G7]wore a black [C]shawl
Now that I’m [Am]married I’ve [G7]nothing at all.

Chorus

[F]Still I [C]love him, [G7]I’ll for[C]give him
[Am]I’ll go [C]with him wher[G7]ever he [C]goes.

He stands at the corner ansd whistles me out
His hands in his pockets, his shirt hanging out.

Chorus

He bought me a handkerchief red whit and blue
And then to clean windows he tore it in two.

Chorus

He comes down our alley and whistles me out
And when I get out there he knocks me about.

Chorus

He took me to the alehouse and bought me some stout
Before I could drink it he ordered me out.

Chorus

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