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East Virginia lyrics and chords

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East Virginia lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very pretty country song recorded by George Hamilton IV.

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East Virginia
Recorded by George Hamilton IV
Written by Eric Darling, Bob Carey, Alan Arkin

C
I was born in East Virginia
C7 F C
North Carolina I did go
F C
There I met the fairest maiden
G7 C
Her name and age I did not know


Her hair it was a light brown color
C7 F C
Her lips they were red ruby's red
F C
On her breast she wore a white lily
G7 C
There I longed to lay my head

Repeat #1


I'd rather be in some dark holler
C7 F C
Where the sun no longer shines
F C
Than to know she loved another
G7 C
And to know she'd never be mine

Repeat #1

G7 C
Her name and age I did not know

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