I Can Almost See Houston From Here lyrics and chords
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I Can Almost See
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I Can Almost See Houston From Here Recorded by Ronnie Milsap
G G7 I saw Mary's face in that little snow-flake C G That fell at my feet on the ground D7 C G And I heard my old friends in that last bitter wind A7 D7 That blew back memories of my hometown
G G7 I can see the old crowd laughing so loud C G Lord I miss all my loved ones so dear C G From the cold Rocky Mountains of Denver D7 G I can almost see Houston from here
D7 C G I came here to build a dream and stayed to watch it die A7 D7 I was meant to fail I guess Lord knows how I tried G C Funny how much better I can see without my pride G G7 C From the cold Rocky Mountains of Denver G D7 G I can almost see Houston from here
Next 3 lines spoken: C I had some good friend in Denver town G But lately they don’t come around D7 G I guess good time crowds are all the same
But with this old thumb I'll get a ride C And bid a lonely last goodbye G G7 C To the cold Rocky Mountains of Denver G D7 G For I can almost see Houston from here
G7 C From the cold Rocky Mountains of Denver G D7 G I can almost see Houston from here
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