George Strait

    When you hear twin fiddles and a steel guitar,
you're listning to the sound of the American heart.
And opry music on a Saturday night brings a
 smile to your face and a tear to your eye.
Sing a song about the heartland, the only
place I feel at home.
 Sing about the way a good man
works until the day light's gone.
Sing the rain on the roof on a
 summer night, where they still know wrong from right.
Sing a song about the heartland.  
      Sing a song about my life.

Chords used:

Eb xx5343
 Bb    xx3331
Db xx6664
Cm x35543
Or, I guess you can capo the first fret and just play D, G, A, etc. ?

Charles Hines chines@utpapa.ph.utexas.edu

Ab Bb Cm Db Eb F Gm
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