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From Cotton To Satin Recorded by Gene Watson Written by David Chamberlain and Jim Vest [3/4 time]
C F From cotton to satin from Birmingham to Manhattan C G7 From a pickup to a long limousine C F From cotton to satin from Birmingham to Manhattan C G7 C She had to follow her dream
F C I saved up enough to buy her one small diamond G7 That's the year that old tractor broke down C F C And the dream house I promised her still lies by a shade tree G7 C Some old bricks and boards all around
F C She begged me to take her to see New York City G7 So I mortgaged the farm and we were gone C F C But while we were there she took up with a rich man G7 C I came back to the country alone
F C Now there is the garden where she touched every flower G7 There's the meadow where we walked hand in hand C F C If only she'd waited she'd have more than she dreamed of G7 C For today they struck oil on my land
F She went from cotton to satin from Birmingham to Manhattan C G7 From a pickup to a lonely limousine C F From cotton to satin from Birmingham to Manhattan C G7 C She had to follow her dream
She went from cotton to satin
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