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Amarillo lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very good country song recorded by Alan Jackson.
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Amarillo Written and recorded by Alan Jackson
C F C The time has come you're really leavin' G7 You always told me that you wanted to C F C I guess I never thought it would happen G7 I guess I never really wanted it to F G7 The world is calling you and you must answer F G7 But you can take me with you in your dreams
C If you ever get back to Amarillo F G7 In a shiny new car or worn out shoes C If you ever get back to Amarillo F G7 C I'll be waitin' for you
F C Your sister told me you were workin' G7 At some office out in tinsel town C F C Don't forget about those who love you G7 They'll be there for you if you get down F G7 I believe in you and all you're after F G7 I hope you end up where you want to be
F C Thirty years now have gone by quickly G7 I still think of you from time to time C F C My wife died early I've got children G7 I'm happy and my health is fine F G7 I often wondered if you found your freedom F G7 I sometimes wondered if I should have gone
F G7 C F G7 C I'll be waitin' for you I'll be waitin' for you
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