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it's a good country song recorded by George Strait.
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You'll Be There Recorded by George Strait Written by Cory Mayo
C Hope is an anchor and love is a ship F G7 Time is the ocean and life is a trip C You don't know where you're going till you know where you're at F G7 And if you can't read the stars well you better have a map C G7 A compass and a conscience so you don't get lost at sea F C F G7 Or on some old lonely island where no one wants to be
C From the beginning of creation I think our maker had a plan F G7 For us to leave these shores and sail beyond the sand C And let the good light guide us through the waves and the wind F G7 To the beaches in a world where we have never been Am G7 And we'll climb up on a mountain y'all we'll let our voices ring F C Those who've never tried it they'll be the first to sing
F G7 C Whoa my my I'll see you on the other side F G7 C Em If I make it and it might be a long hard ride C F G7 C Am G7 F But I'm gonna take it sometimes it seems that I don't have a prayer C Am G7 F D# Let the weather take me any-where but I know that I wanna go C F G7 Where the streets are gold cause you'll be there oh my my
C You don't bring nothing with you here
And you can't take nothing back F G7 I ain't never seen a hearse with a luggage rack C So I've torn my knees up prayin'
Scarred my back from fallin' down F G7 Em Spent so much time flying high till I'm face first in the ground Am G7 So if you're up there watchin' me would you talk to God and say F C Tell Him I might need a hand to see you both someday
C F G7 C Cause you'll be there oh my my
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