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Just Across The Rio Grande lyrics and chords are intended for your
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Just Across The Rio Grande Recorded by Reba McEntire Written by Don Cook and Chick Rains
C Em C The lights of Laredo dance on the water F C And shine in a young man's eyes Em C F G7 Who stands on the border and dreams of paradise C He's heard crazy stories of how people live F D7 Over in the promised land C Am He heard they eat three meals a day F G7 C Just across the Rio Grande
Em C He's got a wife named Maria and a baby named Rose F C And another one to feed on the way Em C F G7 Two willing hands that couldn't find work today C Em He stares at the river and curses the future F D7 That he can't understand C Am He knows the child would have a chance F G7 C Just across the Rio Grande
G7 C F C G7 It's only a river that’s not so deep and wide C Am Dm G7 A boy can throw a stone across and reach the other side C G7 C F D7 It's just some muddy water cuttin' through the land C Am But a man can make a dream come true F G7 C Just across the Rio Grande
Em C The lights of Laredo dance on the water F C And shine in a young man's eyes Em C F G7 Who stand on the border and dreams of paradise C Am He's heard crazy stories of how good life is F D7 Over in the promised land C Am And sometimes it seems like God must live F G7 C Just across the Rio Grande
Am Sometimes it seems like God must live F G7 C Just across the Rio Grande
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