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No Man's Land Recorded by Tanya Tucker Written by Don Wayne
G D7 G Many years ago in Brushcreek Georgia C D7 Molly Marlo was a virgin girl C G She lived a mile from a fool named Barney Dawson D7 G Hell bent on getting inside Molly's world
D7 G He caught her after church one Sunday morning C D7 And took her body with his rough hard hands C G And walked off laughing as she lay there crying D7 G Since then she's been known as No Man's Land
Em G Molly Marlo was No Man's Land Em G Love could never grow in No Man's Land C The men all tried but she denied them G Em And they sighed and wrung their hands D7 G But they couldn't go walking in No Man's Land
D7 G Molly grew into a luscious beauty C D7 Each man's head would turn as she walked by C G And as their hot eyes watched her body moving D7 G They'd swallow hard and shake their heads and sigh
D7 G Molly went to school and studied nursing C D7 Now you might laugh but it's an honest fact C G The first year that she nursed at Milliards Clinic D7 G Six men pretended they had heart attacks
D7 G Years later Barney Dawson lay in prison C D7 In feverish pain that suffering shell of a man C G He was glad to see the nurse from Milliards Clinic D7 G Till he saw the burning eyes of No Man's Land
Em G Molly Marlo was No Man's Land Em G Love could never grow in No Man's Land C Barney cried but she denied him G Em And he prayed and wrung his hands D7 G Now his soul's walking through No Man's Land
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