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    Nov 22,  · C F If heartaches brought fame G7 C In love's crazy game F G7 C I'd be a legend in my time G7 C F If they gave gold statuettes G7 C For tears and regrets F G7 C I'd be a legend in my time E7 But they don't give awards A7 And there's no praise or fame D7 For a heart that's been broken G7 Over love that's in vain C F If loneliness meant world.
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    I'd be a legend in my time But they don't give awards and there's no praise or fame For hearts that are broken for love that's in vain If loneliness meant world acclaim.
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    Jan 28,  · A Legend in My Time (Don Gibson) G C D G If heartaches brought fame in love's crazy game C D G I'd be a legend in my time. G C D G If they gave gold statuettes for tears and regrets, C .
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    G C D G If heartaches brought fame in love's crazy game C D G I'd be a legend in my time.G C D G If they gave gold statuettes for tears and regrets, C D G I'd be a legend in my time.B7 E7 But they don't give awards, and there's no praise or fame A D For a heart that's been broken over love that's in vain.G C If loneliness meant world acclaim, D G Then everyone would know my name C D G I'd be a.
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    Friends, family and fans of the late Andy Haden have gathered at Eden Park for a funeral service to remember the All Blacks legend, who passed away last week after a long battle with cancer. Haden.
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    Ronnie Milsap Lyrics. " (I'd Be) A Legend In My Time". (originally by Don Gibson) If heartaches brought fame. In love's crazy game. I'd be a legend in my time. If they gave gold statuettes. For tears and regrets. I'd be a legend in my time.
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    A Legend in My Time is the fourth studio album by country music artist Ronnie Milsap, released in Two singles were released from the album, including the Don Gibson penned " (I'd Be) A Legend in My Time," which reached No. 1 on country charts and Al Dexter 's "Too Late to Worry, Too Blue to Cry", which peaked at #sukabermidocaphanrietihosalbi.coinfo: Country.
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    I'd be a legend in my time If they gave gold statuettes For tears and regrets I'd be a legend in my time But they don't give awards And there's no praise or fame For a heart that's been broken Over love that's in vain If loneliness meant world acclaim Then everyone would know my name I'd be a legend in my time But they don't give awards.

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