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Small Two Bedroom Starter lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very good country song recorded by Reba McEntire.
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Small Two Bedroom Starter Recorded by Reba McEntire Written by Harry Shannon and Mitch Johnson
G C G The house stood empty on a corner C G Waiting for a brand new owner C G A soldier off to war D7 Who had to leave his bride alone
G C G She couldn't buy too many nice things C G On a GI bill and daydreams C G But she tried until they told her D7 G He was never coming home
C G C G A small two bedroom starter needs a little fixin' C G D7 A great big yard for kids and pets to play G C G This one won't last too long C G It's close to schools and churches C G D7 G Owner leaving town you better hurry down today
C G Bought by the high school teacher C G Sold it to a Baptist preacher C G Who couldn't pay his taxes D7 Cause his flock had gone astray
G C G So the banker fenced the yard in C G Planted trees and half a garden C G A man from Dallas kept it up D7 G Till he moved away
C G You and I we built the playroom C G For the baby that came too soon C G Spent money that we didn't have D7 Tryin' to make this place our own
G C G Lord it makes me feel like dying C G After all these years of trying C G Honey we'll just like this house D7 G That we can't seem to make a home
Small two bedroom starter D7 G Waitin' for a brand new owner
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