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Before I Die
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a pretty country song recorded by the Oak Ridge Boys.
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Before I Die Recorded by The Oak Ridge Boys Written by Woody Mullis and Trey Matthews
G7 C F G7 C Before I die I wanna hit the Mississippi in a boat I've yet to buy F G7 Am Take it out in the gulf where the water meets the sky Dm G7 Where nothin' on God's green earth looks dry
C F G7 C I wanna see that stadium in New York from a right field seat F G7 Am Maybe catch a home run when the new all-star goes deep Dm G7 And pretend that's Maris and Mantle pointing up at me
F Em Dm G7 C While I can still breathe while this old heart still has another beat Am G7 F Em Dm It's time I put some livin' in these dreams
G7 C F G7 C Before I die I'm gonna learn all about how a man swallows pride F G7 Am Find the strength to tell my daddy he was right Dm G7 Tell momma I'm sorry about that night
C F Fore I'm called up I wanna be the kind of man G7 C That a woman wants to love F G7 Am Find the side of me that's a different kind of tough Dm G7 Who ain't ashamed to meet the Man above
F Em Dm G7 C And Lord I know these are the things I should've done a long time ago Am G7 F Em When I close my eyes I wanna feel at ease Dm G7 If I left right now I couldn't rest in peace
C F G7 C Before I die I wanna hit the Mississippi in a boat I've yet to buy
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