A Few Good Ole
Country Boys Around
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A Few Good Old Country Boys Around lyrics and chords are intended for
your personal use, it's a very good country song recorded by George
Jones and Randy Travis.
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A Few Good Ole Country Boys Around Recorded by George Jones and Randy Travis Written by Troy H. Seals and Ralph M. Williams
G G7 C Not too many years ago when dreams were coming true G D7 I'd reach for inspiration sometimes it would be you G G7 C I'd hear you on the radio I sure did like your sound G Say it's good to know there's still a few D7 G Ole country boys around
G7 C From the smoke it's hard to tell what's coming down the line G D7 We heard you were a fast train coming out of Caroline G G7 C We wondered what you were hauling when you rolled into to town G Say it's good to know there's still a few D7 G Ole country boys around
D7 G G7 You must have felt that same old feeling more than once or twice D7 G G7 Guitars pressed against our hearts under the neon lights C G C I've got to say that feeling is the best that I have found G Lord it's good to know there's still a few D7 G Ole country boys around
G7 C There's a lot of truth you know in our kind of songs G D7 About the life you're living and how love's done you wrong G G7 C As long as there's a jukebox and a honky tonk in town G It's good to know there's still a few D7 G Ole country boys around
C G It's good to know there's still a few D7 G Ole country boys around
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