When Your Yellow Brick Road Turns Blue
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When Your Yellow Brick Road Turns Blue Recorded by John Anderson Written by Bernie Nelson and Gary Vincent
F C F You say that somewhere over the rainbow G7 C There's a star that you've been wishin' on F Well is the grass really all that greener D7 G7 Than here where you belong
Am G7 I hope that you find what you're after F D7 And I hope all of your dreams come true C F C F But remember I'll always be here C G7 C When your yellow brick road turns blue
F You say that you're having trouble G7 C Tellin' me why you can't stay F It's not that you don't really love me D7 G7 It's just the winds of change are blowin' your way
Am G7 And I know there's a road you must follow F D7 But my heart won't give up on you C F C F So remember I'll always be here C G7 C When your yellow brick road turns blue
G7 F C Somewhere far away you hope you'll find your dreams Am C D7 G7 Sometimes that old pot of gold isn't always what it seems
C F So if you ever find yourself lonely G7 C And things don't work out like you planned F You know there'll be a place to come home to D7 G7 And that I will always understand
F C F Just remember I'll always be here C G7 C When your yellow brick road turns blue
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