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Cracker Jack Diamond lyrics and chords are intended for your
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Cracker Jack Diamond Recorded by Don Williams Written by Ronny Scaife and Neil Trasher
C Well he spent that summer going door to door With a can of gas and an old lawn mower F C That’s a sure fire way to make a buck when you’re fourteen Well he made a block with no luck at all Then he spotted a place where the weeds were tall F C With a young girl sitting on the porch eating ice cream
Am Deep in the pocket of his grass stained jeans C Was some caramel corn and a plastic ring F Leftover from the week before G7 F G7 Momma didn’t wash them thank the lord
C F C Am G7 Just like a Cracker Jack Diamond you never know when your gonna find one C F G7 F They found love from that day o--n C F Am G7 F The hand of fate put them together their hearts will stay forever young G7 C Like a Cracker Jack Diamond
Well it’s been five years since he gave her his prize
Now the sparkle’s gone but not in their eyes F C And he’s wanting to tell her what’s been on his mind lately
He said girl I ain’t rich but I’ve been saving up
A little ever day till I had enough F C Before he finished he said you know I will baby
Am Deep in the pocket of his holy jeans C Was money for the preacher and a diamond ring F He took her back to that old front porch G7 F G7 Slipped it on her finger and he thanked the Lord
F C Now once a year she takes it out but it won’t fit her hand F G7 But she wears it in her heart because that’s where it all began
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