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Two Pina Coladas Recorded by Garth Brooks Written by Shawn Camp, Sandy Mason, Benita Hill
C I was feeling the blues I was watching the news G7 Dm When this fella comes on TV G7 D7 G7 D7 He said I'm telling you that science has proven G7 C That heartaches are healed by the sea
F Well that got me going without even knowing C D7 F And I packed right up and drove down C Now I'm on a roll and I swear to my soul G7 C Tonight I’m gonna paint this town
G7 C G7 C G7 So bring me two Pina Coladas I want one for each hand C G7 Let's set sail with Captain Morgan oh and never leave dry land F C C7 F Hey troubles I've forgot ‘em I've buried 'em in the sand C G7 C So bring me two Pina Coladas she said goodbye to her good timing man
Oh now I've got to say that the wind and the waves G7 And the moon winking down at me Dm Eases my mind by leaving behind G7 C The heartaches that love often brings
F Now I've got a smile that goes on for miles C F C With no inclination to roam F C And I've got to say that I think I've gotta stay G7 C Cause it's just feeling more and more like home
G7 C G7 C G7 Bring bring bring me two Pina Coladas yeah I want one for each hand C G7 Let's all set sail with Captain Morgan oh and never leave dry land F C C7 F Hey troubles I've forgot ‘em I've buried them in the sand C G7 C So bring me two Pina Coladas and say hello to her good timing man
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