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Almost As Big As Texas lyrics and chords is on this web site for your
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Heaven's Almost As Big As Texas Recorded by Johnny Paycheck Written by Robert Lee Floyd
G C G Well he walked into the bar room ragged pants and an overcoat G7 When at first I saw him I thought he was a joke C G When he started preaching I almost dropped my beer C D7 G I thought John The Baptist had walked in here
C G In his hand he held a bible and he had scary look G7 He could quote the scriptures without opening the book C G He wasn't to good looking he wouldn't drive the ladies wild C D7 G But I'll have to say he damn sure had his style
C G He said heaven's almost big as Texas G7 Angels sing like Charley Pride C G A7 And I'll bet you'll say Jesus looks a lot like Waylon hoss C D7 G And when he plays there ain't no place to hide
C G Well he preached about ten minutes then he gave the alter call G7 Eighty old drunks and four barmaids have their backs to the wall C G I held on to my barstool so hard my hands turned white C D7 G He looked like he knew where I was that night
C G He went out the back door and vanished into the night G7 It took a quart of Jim Bean to get me over the fright C G I don't know where he was going and I didn't catch his name C D7 G But if I go to hell he won't be to blame
Repeat #3 Cause he said...
C D7 G Yeah and when he plays there ain't no place to hide
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