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Brother Jack lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very good country song recorded by Cal Smith.
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Brother Jack Recorded by Cal Smith Written by John Adrian
C F G7 C Brother Jack did we ride them Oklahoma roads together Am F G7 C You and me singing songs in sweet harmony F G7 C Brother Jack did we pass the bottle back and forth together Am F G7 C You and me singing songs in sweet harmony
F G7 We talked of God and making love and things C I still don’t think I understand F Like fixing cars and movie stars G7 C And smoking cigarettes like only young men can Am F C Face to face arm and arm man to man
F G7 C Brother Jack do they sing two part harmony in heaven Am F G7 C Like we used to do on them old Oklahoma roads we once knew F G7 C Brother Jack now I ride them Oklahoma roads without you Am F G7 C Riding slow singing half forgotten songs that I don’t know
F G7 Why did the mighty hand of God reach down C And write your name away F G7 Just at that certain time I really needed you C He could have let you stay Am F C One more minute one more hour one more day
F G7 C Brother Jack do them Oklahoma roads run up to heaven Am F G7 C Cause if they do I’ll be on my way one day to be with you F G7 C Brother Jack did we ride them Oklahoma roads together Am F G7 C You and me singing songs in sweet harmony
F G7 C Brother Jack did we pass the bottle back and forth together Am F G7 C You and me singing songs in sweet harmony
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