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Tonight In Heaven lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use
only, it's a beautiful country song recorded by Gene Watson.
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Booked Tonight In Heaven Recorded by Gene Watson Written by Gary Josey
C G7 I walked upon the front porch momma met me at the door C She said son I tried to call you but you were on the road F C She put her arms around me and said it's bad news you know G7 C Papa he's been holding on he don't have long to go
G7 We all gathered around him he had words to say C He talked about the good times and the good old USA F C He talked about the music that we used to play G7 C He looked out on the front porch I could barely hear him say
F C They’re tuning up my fiddle they've rosined up my bow G7 C The angels are preparing for a country music show F C I'm booked tonight in heaven I must be on a roll G7 F C The band of angels need a fiddle in their show
G7 I guess sadness brings a memory when I was a boy C Sitting on that front porch me and papa making noise F C Back then we called it music we was my momma's stars G7 C The front porch was the Opry stage and the dream that took us far
F C Their tuning up his fiddle they've rosined up his bow G7 C The angels are preparing for a country music show F C He's booked tonight in heaven he must be on a roll G7 F C The band of angels need him to fiddle in their show
G7 F C The band of angels need him to fiddle in their show
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