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Can't Control The Wind lyrics and chords are intended for your personal
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Can't Control The Wind Recorded by Ricky Skaggs Written by Bill Anderson, Roger Pirtle, Pat Lovely
C G7 Am C F When I was a boy daddy was my guiding light G7 We'd take walks and talk about fishing and girls and life F G7 C G7 Am C He'd help me with my homework cheered me up when I was down F G7 C F Best friend that I ever had I miss havin' him around
C F C And he'd say do the very best you can with all that you've been blessed E7 F G7 And if the load's too great for you the Lord will do the rest F Em E7 F Keep one thing in mind if all else should fail C Em Am C F G7 C You can't control the wind but you can adjust the sail
C G7 Am C F Daddy lost his job when the factory closed G7 Times were hard bills to pay he was troubled and it showed F G7 C G7 Am C He said son don't worry it's all to no avail F G7 C We can't control the wind but we can adjust the sail
Em F I think of his advice when life turns its back on me Dm G7 There is no mountain I can't climb if I start down on my knees F C I'll do the very best I can with all that I've been blessed E7 F G7 And if the load's too great for me the Lord will do the rest
F Em E7 F I'll keep one thing in mind if all else should fail C Em Am C F G7 C Am I can't control the wind but I can adjust the sail
F G7 C No I can't control the wind but I can adjust the sail
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