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Carolina Line  Rhett Akins

Rhett Akins - Carolina Line
Somebody New (1999)
[D] [-] [D/F#] [-] [G] [-] [Asus] [-] [A]  
[D]I guess she ca[D/F#]ught that plane e[G]arly this morning
'cause he[Bm]r I've-decided-to-s[A]tay call never c[G]ame
[D]and right about [D/F#]now lord sh[G]e's nearly back to asheville
[Em]I'm staring out at a south Georgia r[Asus]ain[A]
wondering [G]if I'll ever touch her a[Asus]gain[A]
If there were o[Bm]nly miles be[A]tween us
I'd be t[G]here in a good day's drive
but the l[Bm]ast time I h[A]eld her
I saw the [G]distance in her [Asus]eyes[A]
she once c[G]rossed the Blue Ridge [A]Mountains
and [Bm]swore that [A]she'd be mi[G]ne
[D/F#]but she[G] never brought her heart acros[Asus]s the[A] Carolina li[D]ne[D/F#] [G] [Asus] [A]
She always said this place felt just like home
but there were memories she never did unpack
and even in my arms holding me close
she never let go of the past
or the one who kept calling her back
If there were only miles between us
I'd be there in a good day's drive
but the last time I held her
I saw the distance in her eyes
she must've missed those Blue Ridge Mountains
or someone she left behind Bm (No D in 2nd chorus)
'cause I never got her heart across the Carolina line
Instrumental (Same as first four lines of chorus)
When she crossed the Blue Ridge mountains
and left me here behind
Lord knows she took my heart across that Carolina line

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