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Getting Back Up Song Lyrics and Chords

Tracy Lawrence

 

Getting Back Up Song Lyrics and Chords by Tracy Lawrence

 

Getting Back Up
Recorded by Tracy Lawrence
Written by Bobby Pinson and Marla Cannon
G 
My heart is spent my pride bent
C 
 
Her  
G 
love is gone and who knows where it  
C 
went
 
And every  
G 
day is one more  
C 
day
G 
Little steps that I can barely  
C 
take
G 
They say falling  
D7 
out of  
G 
love’s
 
The hardest  
C 
thing you’ll ever do but it’s not  
D7 
true
 
It may be the  
C 
fal
D7 
l that brings you to  
G 
your 
 
knees
 
Yeah the  
C 
losing it  
D7 
all leaves you  
G 
weak
 
Yeah your  
C 
heart drops and your  
D7 
world 
 
stops
 
When you’re  
G 
falling 
 
 
D7 
out of  
Em 
love
 
Well it’s not the  
C 
fall that’s so  
D7 
hard
 
It’s the getting back  
G 
up 
 
 
C 
 
I was ok at  
G 
first then it started to  
C 
hurt
 
And the  
G 
getting better just kept getting  
C 
worse
 
But as bad as it’s  
G 
been I’m not giving  
C 
in
G 
Slowly but surely I’m finding my feet  
C 
again
 
Every minute’s  
G 
one more minute  
C 
I just made it  
Am 
through
G 
That’s the best I can  
D7 
do
Repeat #2 x2

 
G 
Yeah your  
C 
heart drops and your  
D7 
world 
 
stops
 
When you’re  
G 
falling 
 
 
D7 
out of  
Em 
love
 
Well it’s not the  
C 
fall that’s so  
D7 
hard
 
It’s the getting back  
G 
up

 

FAQ

 

Who sang the the song Getting Back Up?
– The song Getting Back Up was sang by Tracy Lawrence.

 

Who is Tracy Lawrence?
– Tracy Lee Lawrence (born January 27, 1968) is an American country music singer, songwriter, and record producer. Born in Atlanta, Texas and raised in Foreman, Arkansas, Lawrence began performing at age 15 and moved to Nashville, Tennessee, in 1990 to begin his country music career. He signed to Atlantic Records Nashville in 1991 and made his debut late that year with the album Sticks and Stones. Five more studio albums, as well as a live album and a compilation album, followed throughout the 1990s and into 2000 on Atlantic before the label’s country division was closed in 2001. Afterward, he recorded for Warner Bros. Records, DreamWorks Records, Mercury Records Nashville, and his own labels, Rocky Comfort Records and Lawrence Music Group.
Lawrence has released a total of 14 studio albums. His most commercially successful albums are Alibis (1993) and Time Marches On (1996), both certified double-platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). He has charted more than forty singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, including eight songs that reached the number one position: “Sticks and Stones”, “Alibis”, “Can’t Break It to My Heart”, “My Second Home”, “If the Good Die Young”, “Texas Tornado”, “Time Marches On”, and “Find Out Who Your Friends Are”. Of these, “Time Marches On” is his longest-lasting at three weeks, while “Find Out Who Your Friends Are” set a record at the time for the slowest ascent to the top of that chart. His musical style is defined mainly by neotraditional country and honky-tonk influences, although he has also recorded country pop, Christmas music, and Christian country music. He has won Top New Male Vocalist from Billboard in 1992 and from Academy of Country Music in 1993, and Vocal Event of the Year from the Country Music Association in 2007.