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An All American Bluegrass Girl lyrics and chords are intended for your
personal use only, it's a very good bluegrass song written and recorded
by Rhonda Vincent.
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An All American Bluegrass Girl Written and recorded by Rhonda Vincent
C Bill might be from Kentucky Jimmy from Tennessee F C G7 C I'm an all American bluegrass girl and proud as I can be
F C Each day I greet the morning with the sounds of the radio F C G7 Lester Flatt was singing on that Martha White show C F C Big K on the banjo Marty on the mandolin F C G7 C I'm an all American bluegrass girl and proud of where I've been
F C Bill might be from Kentucky Jimmy from Tennessee G7 Though I might be from Missouri I'm as bluegrass as can be C F C A life of bluegrass music with friends and family F C G7 C I'm an all American bluegrass girl and proud as I can be
F C All my life they told me you're pretty good for a girl F C G7 Someday you'll play the Opry just like Sonny Bob and Earl C F C I'm livin' dreams I never dreamed mom and daddy they taught me right F C G7 C To be an all American bluegrass girl who's singin' here tonight
Repeat #2 x2
F C G7 C I'm an all American bluegrass girl and proud as I can be
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