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That Ol' Wind Recorded by Garth Brooks Written by Leigh Reynolds and Garth Brooks
C G7 C She dropped her boy at school on time Am One less worry on her mind F C G7 Now it's off to work and on the radio C Comes an old familiar song Am And then the DJ's voice comes on F G7 C And says he's back in town tonight for one last show
Her eyes well up with tears Am God could it be it's been ten years F C G7 Since that autumn night outside the county fair C When two strangers shared a night Am And in the darkness found a light F G7 C That to this day is still alive and burning there
Am F G7 He asked her twice to come along Am F G7 They said goodbye at the break of dawn C But you can't hold back the wind Am If it's meant to be again F G7 C Then someday he'll find his way back to her arms
The marquee misspelled his name Am And not too many people came F C G7 But that didn't matter to them C They laughed and loved all through the night Am And as they faced the morning light F G7 C They found themselves standing there again
Am F G7 And he asked her twice to come along Am F G7 They said goodbye at the break of dawn C As his bus left out she cried Am With him standing by her side F G7 C That ol' wind had once again found its way home
Am F C Someday he'll tell her about the money he hid Am F C G7 And someday she'll tell him that the boy is his kid C For right now they're both in love Am The only thing they're thinking of F G7 C Is that they're finally where their hearts have always been
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