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We've Got A
Good Fire Goin' lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use
only, it's a very good country song recorded by Don Williams.
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We've Got A Good Fire Goin' Recorded by Don Williams Written by Dave Loggins
C F G7 C There's a storm rolling over the hill and the willow tree's a blowin' F C Am F G7 I'm standing here staring out the window safe and warm C F G7 C I feel her put her arms around me and it's a good feeling I'm knowin' F G7 C Oh I've got a good woman and we've got a good fire goin'
F G7 C We've got a feast on the supper table and br-ead for breakin' F C Am F A blessin' to the Lord for making me such a fortunate man C F G7 C The light of my life in the candle her face a glowin' F G7 C Oh I've got a good woman and we've got a good fire goin'
G7 So let it rain (let the rain fall down) let it rain F C Am F It won't do nothin' but kindle a never ending flame G7 C G7 Am Let it rain (let the rain fall down) let it rain till mornin' F G7 C Oh I've got a good woman and we've got a good fire goin'
F G7 C Now there's a hard rain fallin' on the roof coffee coming from the kitchen F C Am F G7 I'm lyin' here listening to the ceiling and the living room floor C F G7 C I feel her lay down beside me my love is overflowin' F G7 C Oh I've got a good woman and we've got a good fire goin'
F G7 C Oh I've got a good woman and we've got a good fire goin'
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