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That Summer Recorded by Garth Brooks Written by Pat Alger, Sandy Mahl, Garth Brooks
G I went to work for her that summer Em A teenage kid so far from home C She was a lonely widow woman D7 Hell bent to make it on her own
G We were a thousand miles from nowhere Em Wheat fields as far as I could see C Both needing something from each other D7 G Not knowing yet what that might be
Till she came to me one evening Em Hot cup of coffee and a smile C In a dress that I was certain D7 She hadn't worn in quite a while
G There was a difference in her laughter Em There was a softness in her eyes C And on the air there was a hunger D7 G Even a boy could recognize
D7 She had a need to feel the thunder C G To chase the lightning from the skies C To watch the storm and all its wonder D7 Ragin' in her lover's eyes
Em She had to ride the heat of passion C G Like a comet burnin' bright C Rushin' head long in the wind D7 But where only dreams had been G Burnin' both ends of the night
That summer wind was all around me Em Nothin' between us but the night C And when I told her that I'd never D7 She softly whispered that's alright
G And then I watched her hands of leather Em Turn to velvet in a touch C There's never been another summer D7 G When I have ever learned so much
I often think about that summer Em The sweat the moonlight and the lace C I have rarely held another D7 When I haven't seen her face
G Every time I pass a wheat field Em Watch it dancin' with the wind C Although I know it isn't real D7 I just can't help but feel G Her hungry arms again
C Rushin' head long in the wind D7 Out where only dreams had been G Burnin' both ends of the night
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