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A Letter From
Shirley Miller lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use
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A Letter From Shirley Miller Recorded by The Statler Brothers Written by Harold Reid, Philip E. Balsley, Don S. Reid
C F C D7 I got a letter today from Shirley Miller G7 C G7 She’s living in Ohio in a Presbyterian home C F C D7 She’s married a preacher and raising a family G7 C G7 C She said she wrote the letter cause she was scared to phone
F C D7 She said she still remembers things she said she wouldn’t G7 C G7 She asked about my travels and if Cleveland’s on my route C F C D7 Shirley says she’s chilly in that cold Ohio weather G7 C G7 C But I think she’s warmer than the hell her husbands talks about
G7 C She says she was happy and hoped that I was too G7 F G7 But I could read between the lines knowing Shirley like I do C F C D7 She can’t hide the way she feels behind the perfume note G7 C G7 C I could tell her hand was shaking in the letter Shirley wrote
F C D7 Shirley said she didn’t expect me to answer G7 C G7 She said she only wanted to get a few things off her chest C F C D7 I tore up those letters and said a prayer for the preacher G7 C G7 C I’ll let him and the good Lord take care of the rest
G7 C She said she was happy and hoped that I was too G7 F G7 But I could read between the lines knowing Shirley like I do C F C D7 It’s probably just a passing thing I think she’ll be alright G7 C G7 C And I’m glad that Shirley never wrote what she sat down to write
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