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If The Good Lord's Willing Recorded by Johnny Cash Written by Jerry Reed Hubbard
C G7 If the good Lord's willin' and the creek stays down C I'll be in your arms time the moon comes around G7 C For a taste of love that's shinin' in your eyes G7 If the rooster crows at the crackin' of the dawn C I'll be there just as sure as you're born F G7 C If the good Lord's willin' and the creeks don't rise
F I'll comb my hair down brush my teeth C Shine up slick up dress up neat
Get everything a lookin' just right D7 G7 Cause I wanna look pretty when I see you tonight C Just as sure as the rabbits are a jumpin' in the hollow F I'll be there you can bet your bottom dollar G7 C If the good Lord's willin' and the creeks don't rise
G7 If the good Lord's willin' and the creek stays low C I'll be there a knockin' at your door G7 C With a hug and a kiss for the one I idolize G7 C I'll wear my suit my Sunday best I'll be there a lookin' my best F G7 C If the good Lord's willin' and the creeks don't rise
F I'll feed the mules and slop the hogs C Feed the cows and chop all the logs
Get all of my workin' done D7 G7 Cause tonight we're gonna have lots of fun C Just as sure as there ever was a preacher man F I'll be there with a ring for your hand G7 C If the good Lord's willin' and the creek don't rise
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