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Four O Thirty Three Recorded by George Jones Written by Earl Montgomery
C Well the two new people that's moved to the middle of the block G7 And we're the talk of the town and don't you think we're not F C For we've got love and happiness people envy us you see G7 C For we found heaven right here on earth at four O thirty three
Yes we found what most people are looking for G7 And it's not a lotta money to spend on a real fine car F C But it's a window where a bird flies and sings so free
And there's whole lotta windows in this little house G7 C At four O thirty three
G7 D7 G7 The four thousandth block proves what true love can do D7 G7 Once a lonely place but was sold to me and you C Oh all around the house you can see little children play G7 And they're not other people's kids were proud to say F C They are the symbol of our love for all the world to see G7 C They're a part of heaven right here on earth at four O thirty three
And all hours of the day you can see many people drive by G7 For a look at the house they think fell from the sky F C They say that this place would make them happy as you and me G7 C And the whole town's tryin' to buy this house at four O thirty three
G7 C We're not gonna sale our happy little house at four O thirty three G7 C Wouldn't take a pretty penny for the love we have at four O thirty three
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