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All Right In Arkansas lyrics and chords are intended for your personal
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Be All Right In Arkansas Recorded by Connie Smith Written by Gery House and Billy Burns
C F C Born in Arkansas Mississippi river at my backdoor D7 G7 If that black land was so doggone rich how come we were so poor F C F Pick that cotton in daytime pick guitar at night C G7 C Daddy said hon keep on picking everything’s gonna be all right
F C Be all right in Arkansas D7 We'll have shoes for to school new clothes too G7 And go to the fair next fall F C Be all right in Arkansas G7 C Everything's gonna be all right in Arkansas
F C Seemed like every year something happened to the cotton crop D7 G7 If drought didn't wipe us out there were rains that never stopped F C F Clouds came up that morning river came up that night C G7 C Daddy said pack up the pickup hon everything’s gonna be all right
F C Stayed away till the river went down and then we went back home D7 G7 That black land was just black mud and all our cotton was gone F C F Can't forget how daddy looked the day I saw him cry C G7 C But through his tears he said next year everything’s gonna be all right
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