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An Occasional Eagle lyrics and chords are intended for your personal
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An Occasional Eagle Recorded by John Anderson Written by Fred Carter
C F Dm High o'er the coast of Alaska he flies G7 E7 Wide across the prairies he covers the skies F C A picture of courage and beauty G7 C A symbol of freedom and right F C Ridin' the winds through the mountains F C Dm G7 C Guided by nature an occasional eagle in flight
F Dm When the shore ice is melting on Kodiak Bay G7 E7 Knowing that spring is well on its way F C He calls to his mate of a lifetime G7 C To a yearly nest in the thorn F C And planting the egg in the branches F C Dm G7 C With God's assistance an occasional eagle is born
G7 F C And he flies covering the land G7 E7 Am C D7 Stirring the hearts through all generations of man F G7 C G7 C Poets tell of his bearings truth on a feathery wind F G7 C Painters paint from inspiration F C Dm G7 C A beautiful picture that only a memory can bring
F Dm When I was younger and without a care G7 E7 For granted I thought he would always be there F C But now I only hear stories G7 C That the great bird of truth is alive F G7 C With a fist in my pocket I'm prayin' F C Dm G7 C An eternal prayer that the great bird of truth will survive
G7 F C And he flies covering the land G7 E7 Am C D7 Stirring the hearts through all generations of man F G7 C A picture of courage and beauty G7 C A symbol of freedom and right F G7 C Ridin' the wind through the mountains F C Dm G7 C Guided by nature an occasional eagle in flight
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