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He Can Be An
Angel lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a
beautiful country song recorded by Charley Pride
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He Can Be An Angel Recorded by Charley Pride Written by Donny Lowery
C G7 He'll grow up too fast his mother said C He can't wait to get in shoulder pads G7 The days go by so fast I can't believe C That someday he may decide it's time to leave
F He never gets tired and I've never seen him bored G7 C He'll take on a band of pirates with a Lego sword F Sure knows how to make a fool of me G7 C Sometimes I can't believe he's only three
F C He can be an angel he can be a monster F C He can be anything but to me he's everything F C He can be an angel he can be his mother's pride and joy F G7 C He's a very special little boy he is love
G7 I pick him up each day he'll always smile and say C Look what I made today just for you G7 He learned a new song today then went outside to play C He went running for the ball this big guy made him fall G7 Yeah that's a pretty good grass stain C I'll bet mom just might complain G7 But I'll take all the blame
G7 Almost every night on the way to bed he fights C And just when I think he's through well he yells out I love you G7 I say you know the same goes for me now you try and get some sleep C And tomorrow you can laugh and play just like you did today F G7 Son don't ever change the way you are
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