Is This All There Is To A Honky
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This All There Is To A Honky Tonk lyrics and chords are intended for
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Is This All There Is To A Honky Tonk Recorded by Tony Booth Written by Robert Duncan and Donald Tunison
C F Each and every night she sits waiting G7 C Till its become a part of her life F She wonders if she's been enough woman G7 C While trying to be a good wife
G7 So she fixes her makeup and brushes her hair
Walks to the corner to see if I'm there C F Though the jukebox is playing the music is loud G7 C I hear her voice echo over the crowd
F Is this all there is to a honky tonk G7 C Is this what keeps you from me every night F Is this all there is to a honky tonk G7 C Just barstools and cheap California red wine
F Well I turned on the barstool and looked into her eyes G7 C It doesn't take me long to realize F That what I've been looking for I won't find in this place G7 C All that I need I see in her face
G7 I see warm and love and need in me
Her words keep coming back to me C F Is this all there is to a honky tonk G7 C Is this what you choose from me every night
F Is this all there is to a honky tonk G7 C Just barstools and cheap California red wine G7 C Just barstools and cheap California red wine
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