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Shady Rest Recorded by Mel Street Written by Bob McDill
C F G7 C F G7 Oh she was twenty-one she liked to have her fun and she was restless C F G7 C F G7 And I met her through a friend just one look then I knew I was helpless F C And there beside the highway underneath the trees F G7 There were fifteen cozy rooms and a coke machine C And the summer nights were warm F G7 C We found a home away from home at Shady Rest
F G7 C F G7 They said she married well I read all they had to tell in the papers C F G7 C F G7 And I thought she had it all till she gave me a call three weeks later F C And there beside the highway underneath the trees F G7 There were fifteen cozy rooms and fourteen vacancies C And the autumn nights were cool F G7 C We found a home away from home at Shady Rest
G7 C F Our love was somehow special our love was somehow blessed C G7 Through the years it never faltered down at Shady Rest C F G7 C F G7 Now she's thirty-one with three kids at home and a husband waiting C F G7 C F G7 And I got kids of my own but I spend my time at home anticipating F C And there beside the highway underneath the trees F G7 We spend two nights a week in good old number three C And the winter nights are cold F G7 C We found a home away from home at Shady Rest
F C (Shady Rest Shady Rest) stay a little longer F C (Shady Rest Shady Rest) please don't go F C Shady Rest Shady Rest) honey don't worry F C (Shady Rest Shady Rest) nobody's gonna know F C (Shady Rest Shady Rest)
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