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Cool Water lyrics and
chords are intended for your personal use, this country and western
classic was recorded by Eddy Arnold. It was first performed by Sons of
the Pioneers and written by Bob Nolan.
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Cool Water Recorded by Eddy Arnold Written by Bob Nolan
G D7 All day I've faced a barren waste G D7 G Without the taste of water cool water C D7 Old Dan and I with throats burnt dry G C G D7 G And souls that cry for water cool clear water
D7 Keep a movin' Dan don't you listen to him Dan G D7 G He's a devil not a man and he spreads the burning sand with water C G Dan can you see that big green tree C D7 G Where the water's running free and it's waitin' there for you and me
D7 The nights are cool and I'm a fool G D7 G Each star's a pool of water cool water C D7 But with the dawn I'll wake and yawn G C G D7 G And carry on to water cool clear water
D7 Dan's feet are sore he's yearning for G D7 G Just one thing more than water cool water C D7 Like me I guess he'd like to rest G C G D7 G Where there's no quest for water cool clear water
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