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All Girl All Gospel Quartet Recorded by The Statler Brothers Written by Don Reid
C G7 C G7 C Maybe the first time I saw them I was nine going on ten years old F C D7 G7 I fell in love with their music and with the stories their music told C G7 C I had all of their long playing records Am F G7 And memorized songs I still can't forget F C F G7 C My room was papered with pictures of the All Girl All Gospel Quartet
G7 C G7 C Flora was oldest and tallest she sang the high soprano F C D7 G7 Alma played the piano and sang the sweetest alto C G7 C Am F G7 Bonnie Mae sang bass and sold records I bought everyone I could get F C F G7 C And my favorite little Louise sang tenor in the All Girl All Gospel Quartet
G7 C Am Em G7 And their harmony sounded like angels and I can still hear them yet F C F G7 C Alma and Flora Bonnie Mae and little Louise the All Girl All Gospel Quartet
G7 C G7 C Somewhere just after my childhood I lost track and they lost some ground F C D7 G7 Only in bargain store basements or flea markets could their records be found C G7 C Am F G7 I heard one lives in Akron Ohio one quit to take care of her dad F C F G7 C One's on TV in Atlanta and the one they called Louise went bad
G7 C G7 C If any of the four of you hear me there's a song I never could find F C D7 G7 It's the one where Alma played guitar and Bonnie Mae sang after time C G7 C Am F G7 And it's sad now how no one remembers though I find them hard to forget F C F G7 C And you would if you'd ever heard them the All Girl All Gospel Quartet F C F G7 C Alma and Flora Bonnie and Louise the All Girl All Gospel Quartet
G7 C G7 C (In the sweet in the sweet bye and bye bye and bye
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