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Southern Nights lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, this is an excellent song recorded by Glen Campbell.
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Southern Nights Recorded by Glen Campbell Written by Allen Toussaint
C A7 D7 Southern nights have you ever felt a southern night F Free as a breeze not to mention the trees Em Whistling tunes that you know and love so
C A7 D7 Southern nights just as good even when closed your eyes F Em I apologize to any one who can truly say G7 That he has found a better way
C A7 D7 Southern skies have you ever noticed southern skies F It's precious beauty lies just beyond the eye Em It goes running thru your soul G7 Like the stories told of old
C A7 D7 Old man he and his dog that walked the old land F Em Every flower touched his cold hand as he slowly walked by G7 C Weeping willows would cry for joy joy
A7 Feel so good feel so good it's frightening D7 Wish I could stop this world from fighting F Em La da da da da da la da da da da da G7 Aa da da da da da da da da da da
C A7 D7 Mysteries like this and many others in the trees F G7 Blow in the night in the southern skies C A7 Southern nights they feel so good it's frightening D7 Wish I could stop this world from fighting F Em La da da da da da la da da da da da G7 Aa da da da da da da da da da da
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