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Kentucky Rain Recorded by Elvis Presley Written by Eddie Rabbit and Dick Heard
C G7 C F Seven lonely days and a dozen towns ago C F C I reached out one night and you were gone F G7 C Am Don't know why you'd run what you're running to or from D7 G7 All I know is I want to bring you home
C G7 C F So I'm walking in the rain thumbing for a ride C F C On this lonely Kentucky back-road F G7 C Am I've loved you much too long my love's too strong D7 G7 To let you go never knowing what went wrong
D7 C Kentucky rain keeps pouring down Em Am F C And up ahead’s another town that I'll go walking through F C Em Am F With the rain in my shoes searching for you G7 C F G7 C In the cold Kentucky rain in the cold Kentucky rain
G7 C F Showed your photograph to some old gray bearded men C F C Sitting on a bench outside a general store F G7 C Am They said yes she's been here but their memory wasn't clear D7 G7 Was it yesterday no wait the day before
C G7 C F Finally got a ride with a preacher man who asked C F C Where you bound on such a cold dark afternoon F G7 C Am As we drove on through the rain as he listened I explained D7 G7 And he left me with a prayer that I'd find you
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