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Whoever's In New England Recorded by Reba McEntire Written by Kendal Franceschi and Quentin Powers
C Dm You spend an awful lot of time in Massachusetts G7 C Seems like every other week you've got a meeting waiting there Em F Business must be booming or could something else Dm G7 Be movin' in the air up there
C Dm You say that it's important for our future G7 C An executive on his way up has got to play the part Em F And each time duty calls you've got to give it all Dm G7 You've got with all your heart
C F E7 When whoever's in New England's through with you Am G7 F And Boston finds better things to do C You know it's not too late G7 E7 Am D7 And you'll always have a place to come back to F G7 C When whoever's in New England's through with you
Dm I hear the wintertime up north can last forever G7 C And I've been told it's beautiful to see this time of year Em C They say the snow can blind you F Till the world you left behind Dm G7 Just disappears I hear
C Dm I've packed your bags and left them in the hallway G7 But before you leave again C There's just one thing you ought to know Em F When the icy wind blows through you remember that it's me Dm G7 Who feels the cold most of all
C F E7 When whoever's in New England's through with you Am G7 F And Boston finds better things to do C Oh you know it's not too late G7 E7 Am D7 And you'll always have a place to come back to F G7 C A# F C When whoever's in New England's through with you
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