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Tennessee Christmas lyrics and chords are intended for your personal
use only, this is a beautiful country Christmas song recorded by Lee
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Tennessee Christmas Recorded by Lee Greenwood Written by Amy Grant and Gary Chapman
G Em F D7 Come on weatherman give us a forecast snowy white G Em Can't you hear the prayers F D7 Of every childlike heart tonight C G Rockies are calling Denver snow falling D7 G Somebody said it's four feet deep C G But it doesn't matter give me the laughter D7 I'm gonna choose to keep
G C Another tender Tennessee Christmas G The only Christmas for me Em Where the love circles around us Am D7 Like the gifts around our tree
G Bm Well I know there's more snow up in Colorado Dm G C Than my roof will ever see D7 G But a tender Tennessee Christmas Em Am D7 G Is the only Christmas for me
Em F D7 Every now and then I got a wandering urge to see G Em F D7 Maybe California maybe tinsel towns for me C G There's a parade there we'd have it made there D7 G Bring home a tan for New Year's Eve C G Sure sounds exciting awfully inviting D7 Still I think I'll gonna keep
G Bm Well they say in L.A. it's a warm holiday Dm G C It's the only place to be
D7 G But a tender Tennessee Christmas Em Am D7 Em Is the only Christmas for me
D7 G Bm Well I know there's more snow up in Colorado Dm G C Than my roof will ever see D7 G But a tender Tennessee Christmas Em Am D7 G Is the only Christmas for me
D7 G A tender Tennessee Christmas Em Am D7 G Is the only Christmas for me
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