Big Wide Wonderful World Of Country Music
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by Leroy Van Dyke.
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Big Wide Wonderful World Of Country Music Recorded by Leroy Van Dyke Written by Gene Nash
D7 G C G C It's a big wide wonderful world of country music G C G D7 And the whole wide world is singing a country song G C G D7 It's a big wide wonderful world of country music G Em Am D7 G And the whole wide world is singing along
D7 G C It started many years ago in Nashville and in Chicago D7 G D7 On a thing called radio and then G Well the music really got around C G Made its way from town to town D7 G And all around the world and back again
A country song is a simple song C So jump right in and sing along G Am D7 You'll sound right you can't sound wrong my friend G Say you're in for a big surprise C So let's join voice up to the skies G D7 G Get set we're gonna harmonize again
Now you belong to a worldwide club C You made no news so there's no rub G You need no card you need no stub Am G And there are people on down the block who'll say C I heard that song you hummed today G D7 G And you can bet folks have heard it everywhere
C G C It's a big wide wonderful world of country music G C G D7 And the whole wide world is singing a country song G C G D7 It's a big wide wonderful world of country music G Em Am D7 And the whole wide world is singing G Em Am D7 The whole wide world is singing G Em Am D7 G The whole wide world is singing along
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