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19 Years And 1800 Miles Recorded by Cal Smith Written by Don Wayne
G C D7 G Hello Faye I'm glad you called I know it's been a long while C G D7 Since I held your soft young body close to me G C D7 G And I've laid awake so many nights and thought about your warm smile C G C But Faye you know there's lots of miles between Las Vegas D7 G And the hills of Tennessee
C D7 G And Faye I lied to you a little bit out there in Vegas C G D7 Cause I'm a several years ahead of thirty-two G C D7 G And I said things that lead you to believe I had no family C G C And it's killing me to tell you I've got a son D7 G That's almost as old as you
D7 C G There's 19 years and 1800 miles between us Faye C G D7 I could whip the miles in two days driving time C D7 G C There's 19 years and 1800 miles between us Faye G C G But it's not the miles that's bothering my mind C G It's not the miles that's bothering my mind
C D7 G You're 21 and I'm 2 score and full of vim and vigor C G D7 I can rise and shine with each new morning sun G C D7 G But come twenty years I know I'm gonna be a tired old sixty C G C D7 G You'll still be young and pretty and reaching for your prime at 41
C D7 G And when I'm sittin’ in the shade and thinking of retirement C G D7 Your young body will be restless with desire G C D7 G We'll go to bed and I’ll turn my back and sadly whisper goodnight C G C And grieve myself to death to know that I'm not man enough D7 G To quench my woman's fire
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