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Satisfied Woman lyrics and chords

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Satisfied Woman
Recorded by Jean Shepard
Written by Don Gibson

Livin' the good life and lovin' the one who means the world to me
All the sad times and all the bad times are gone from me
C D7
You brought the sunshine and all the good times
And the future that's just begun
D7 G
Ohohoh I'm a satisfied woman

C G D7 G
Gone are the days and all the lonely nights and dreams that won't come true
Em C A7 D7
And all the sad songs that I used to sing while I was searching for you

Livin' the good life knowin' there's someone who really cares
Two people together happy together down through the years
C D7
Knowin' that love is true with someone who loves you true
And the future that's just begun
D7 G D7 G
Ohohoh I'm a satisfied woman ohohoh I'm a satisfied woman


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