Heartland George Strait
[Eb] When you hear twin fiddles and a steel guitar,
you're listning to the sound of the A[Ab]merican [Bb]heart.
And [Ab]opry music on a [Eb]Saturday [Ab]night brings a
[Eb]smile to your face and a [Ab]tear to your [Bb]eye.
Sing a [Db]song about the heart[Ab]land, the only
place I feel at [Eb]home.
[Db]Sing about the way a good[Ab] man
works until the day light's [Bb]gone.
Sing the [Cm]rain on the roof on a
[Ab]summer night, where they [Eb]still know wrong from [Ab]right.
Sing [Cm]a song a[Bb]bout the heart[Ab]land.[Gm]
[F] Sing [Bb]a song about my [Eb]life.
[Gm]  [F]  Or, I guess you can capo the first fret and just play D, G, A, etc. ?
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