Originally written by Leon Payne, made popular by Hank Williams. Also performed by Smith among others. [G] If today the sun should set on all my [C] hopes and cares There is [D] one whose smiling face the gods would [G] see 'Cause she'll walk along beside me up the [C] golden stairs Oh, they'll [D] never never take her love from [G] me. What a [C] fool I was to go and break the trust she [G]gave And see her love turn into sympa [D] thy It's the [G] one regret I'll carry with me [C] to my grave Oh, they'll [D] never never take her love from [G] me. (Bridge chords) F C G C F G C I'm so thankful for each golden hour of happiness That we shared together in the used to be Someone else's arms may hold her now in fond caress But they'll never never take her love from me. I thought I'd make her happy if I'd step aside But I knew her love would never set me free And even on the morning she became another's bride I said they'll never never take her love from me.