Im Satisfied With You-crd Hank Williams
This is the work of Tim Ausburn. List under Hank Williams. Hank recorded this on Aug. 4, 1947, but for some reason Fred Rose didn't release it then. It was finally released in July, 1954. I'M SATISFIED WITH YOU Written by Fred Rose Key D Sing this peppy and brightly! (D) You don't dress up in satin, you don't (G) wear diamond rings, But (D) I'm satis- (A7) fied with (D) you, You look just like an angel, but you (G) haven't got wings, But (D) I'm satis- (A7) fied with (D) you. First chorus: (A) I'd rather have you just the way that you are, Than (E7) change you for somebody (A) new (A7) Maybe (D) I could do better if I (G) reached for a star, But (D) I'm satis- (A7) fied with (D) you. You're not made out of candy, but you're sweet as you can be, So I'm satisfied with you, I just can't see no reason why you bother with me, But I'm satisfied with you. Second chorus: I often wonder if it's all a mistake, It's hard to believe that it's true, But if I'm only dreamin' I sho' don't want to wake, 'Cause I'm satisfied with you. Repeat first chorus:
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