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Come On Joe lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a good country song recorded by George Strait.
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Come On Joe Recorded by George Strait Written by Tony Romeo
C Well it's a long hot night G7 And the stars are shining kinda extra bright
Sitting on the back porch glidin' C G7 Whetting my appetite
C Well I'm a six-pack high G7 And start missing the light of my baby's eyes
Wasn't it beautiful the kind of a soul C They said would never die
F Well it's muggy in the shack and the backwoods are black C Cause the clouds hid the moon away G7 The light from my cigarette flickers in the dark C C7 The only way she knows I'm here F Then suddenly the sounds of the fiddles and accordions C G7 C Sweetly begin to play and I can almost hear her sweet voice say
D7 G7 C Come on Joe just count to ten pull yourself together again G7 C And come on Joe you gotta get hold of this mood you're in D7 G7 Come on Joe you gotta be strong C You're still young and life goes on G7 C G7 To carry on till we're together again
C Hey I know she's right G7 But it's hard to fight when you're hurtin' so C I tried to walk out of that door before but I just can't go G7 With the tears and the laughter in every rafter in every room C Wasn't it beautiful wasn't it the kind of happiness and glow
D7 G7 C G7 C Come on Joe D7 G7 C Hey come on Joe G7 C F C To carry on till we're together again
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