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Sail Away lyrics and chords

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Sail Away lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, this is a very pretty song recorded by Charlie Pride.

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Sail Away
Recorded by Charley Pride
Written by Mickey Newbury

C F C
Come lay down beside me love and close your troubled eyes
F C F
Let me be the pillow for your sleepy head
C F C
Till the morning comes wash away your cloudy skies
F C F
I'll be here to share your warm and loving bed

G7 C Em
If we sail away sail away
F C
From all the clouds of gray
F C
All the rain that came today
F G7 C
Sail away yes we sail away

F C
Let me be the shelter from this cold and angry world
F C F
A bridge that will not burn a tree that will not sway
C F C
A ship that rides the morning winds with all the sails unfurled
F C F
Like one that will not take you where you cannot stay

Repeat #2

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