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Happy With The One I've Got Recorded by David Ball Written by Wood Newton and Rand Bishop
C We landed in St. Louis on a wing and a prayer F That thunderstorm had given us both a big scare G7 Trying to calm my nerves with Long Island Iced Tea Am F The Sky Line Lounge out on concourse C
C She was charming she was beautiful
In her blue collar suit F She said she liked my accent my Lucchese boots G7 I couldn't get a flight till 9 the next day Am F She was gettin' real close to sweeping me away
G7 Yes she was awful sweet she was all over me C I wondered how far it would go D7 I was tempted I'll admit more than a little bit F G7 After all who'd ever know C When the waitress asked sir would you F Like another one
G7 F What she meant was mind breaking G7 F When I look down at my ring G7 F I said no thank you I better not C G7 C I'm happy with the one I've got
I guess I was staggered by the sobering thought F It wasn't a question of gilt or getting caught G7 Till that night I didn't know what I'd do Am But a waitress's simple question F Got me facing the truth
C I'm somebody's lover I'm somebody's friend F I'm somebody someone can trust till the end G7 I know because of what I prove to myself Am F In a real life story I can never tell
G7 C I'm happy with the one I've got G7 C I'm happy with the one I've got
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