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I'm Forty Now lyrics and chords are provided for your personal use only, it's a good country song recorded by Cal Smith.
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I'm Forty Now Recorded by Cal Smith Written by Tom T. Hall
C F There were barefoot dreams of catching outlaws G7 C There were school dreams of catching footballs F There were young dreams of finding great romance D7 G7 And there were armies and I took the chance
C F There were avenues of glory and some deep despair C G7 C F With the subtle shades of silver in my hair
C F C We'll I'm forty now and I'm a man A7 D7 G But I can't resist the urge to put dreams in my plans C F So many hopeless dreams and I broke some vows C G7 C G7 Maybe life begins for me I'm forty now
C F There were summer nights and there were good days G7 C Life was water and I made waves
F Oh I was crazy then so I made some breaks D7 G7 Maybe God can look the other way C F Either good outweighs the bad or we forget the bad C G7 C I'm thankful for the few friends that I've had
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