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Satisfied Mind Recorded by Randy Travis Written by Tony Arata
C Many more miles were behind him than he had left to go F Closing in upon that last one we all must walk alone C G7 It's the one across the end of the line C So we held on and we told stories of the good and bad in all F Of the power and the glory and the lonely days that crawled C G7 C He said heaven holds true love and a satisfied mind
F G7 He said I ain't afraid of dying cause I know there's something worse C Dm C F When you have to see your reason for livin' go first G7 C And you get left behind some can't think of nothing better F C F Than to live this life forever I never wanted no more than was mine Em Am C F G7 C And to lay down someday and go home with a satisfied mind
G7 C He said don't look into the darkness if you want to see true black F Look into a morning's brightness when love ain't coming back C G7 You will find right there a darkness that blinds C And don't think wealth is ever having F All you want all to yourself it is found when you are giving
What you have to someone else C G7 C The only difference in the rich and the poor is a satisfied mind
G7 F Em And one light began to fade as one grew brighter F And he said I ain't afraid of dying G7 Cause I know there's something worse C F When you have to see your reason for livin' go first G7 And you get left behind
C Some can't think of nothing better F Than to live this life forever C F I never wanted no more than was mine Em Am C F G7 And to lay down someday and go home Em Am F Let me lay down someday and go home G7 C With a satisfied mind
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