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Bright Morning Light Recorded by David Allan Coe Written by Larry Kingston [3/4 time]
C F She was a waitress in a west Texas dance hall C G7 C I was a cowboy with a throat full of sand F I called her honey when she brought my whiskey C G7 C And later I left there holding her hand
F Then we walked down the street to a tumble down hotel C G7 C Where she had a room on a cold second floor F And that room looked like hell just a bed and a table C G7 C A shade on the window and a lock on the door
G7 F I said to myself she's cheap and she's easy C G7 But she don't look half bad I'll stay for the night C F But I'll leave when it's early cause I've got this feeling C G7 C She won't look so good in the bright morning light
F Yeah I've known some devils and I've known some angels C G7 C I once had a woman on the Mexico line F But I've never been touched like that woman touched me C G7 C She lay there beside me and crawled in my mind F And we talked and we smoked and made love till morning C G7 C The sun came a streaming through a hole in the shade F And it fell like a spotlight on her face and her body C G7 C And it hung like a halo round the bed where we lay
G7 F I said to myself she's cheap and she's easy C G7 But she don't look half bad I guess I'll stay for the night C F But I'll tell you boys that was five years ago and Lord God what a woman C G7 C She still looks as good in the bright morning light
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