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Here I Am In Dallas lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a good country song recorded by Faron Young.
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Here I Am In Dallas Recorded by Faron Young written by Lomar Morris, Ronnie Hughes, Terry Isham C F Here I am in Dallas where in the hell are you G7 C I came here to meet you like I said I'd do F Have cowboy hats and pickup trucks made a fool of you G7 C Here I am in Dallas where in the hell are you
F Said goodbye to all my friends down at Tootsie's bar G7 C I packed up my old suitcase and I threw it in the car F Canceled my subscription to the Music City News G7 C Cause you made me an offer honey I could not refuse
F Here I am in Dallas woman where are you G7 C I came here to meet you like I said I'd do F Have cowboy hats and pickup trucks made a fool of you G7 C Here I am in Dallas woman where are you F Walked into a barroom and I laid the picture down G7 C I asked the guy behind the bar if he'd seen you around F He said he'd didn't know the name but he's seen that face before G7 C And I swear I heard him laughing as I walked out the door
F What got me here to Dallas sure has got me down G7 C There's something here in Dallas turned your head around F When I came here I brought my pride and just like you it's gone G7 C And without my pride and you I can't go back home
G7 C Here I am in Dallas where in the hell are you
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