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The Best Man  Blaine Larsen

Album:Off To Join The World
Writers:Blaine Larsen, Tim Johnson, Rory Lee Feek
Copyright:2004 Back In The Saddle Songs(ASCAP)
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[C] [F] [G]  
[C]My mama got married to [F]someone I barely knew
[G]They had me and then they [F]had my sister [G]too
[C]I was too young to under[F]stand why he left
But [Am]how it broke Mama's heart, I'll [G]never forget
[F]It was three years before she [G]met somebody [D]new
[F]And though I didn't [C]have much to com[F]pare him [G]to
He was the [C]best man, my [F]mama ever [C]loved
[F]Not the kind that [C]walks away, but the [F]kind that don't give [G]up
De[Am]voted and [Em]true, some[F]one to look up [C]to
[F]Even a boy of [C]eight could under[G]stand
He was the best man
[C]He called me his son and [F]I called him my dad
[G]He was the like no friend [C]I had ever [F]had
[C]He taught me how to drive a nail and how to [F]build a go-cart
[Am]And how to love a women with [G]all of my heart
[F]One night we watched him [G]get down on one [D]knee
[F]And ask mama to [C]be his wife, then [F]he asked [G]me
To be the [C]best man, and I [F]stood by his [C]side
As he [F]lifted the [C]veil of that [F]beautiful [G]bride
[Am]He said I [Em]do, [F]then she did [C]too
And she [F]walked back down the [C]aisle holding [G]hands
Solo Chords
With the best man
**The Chords for the solo are: A,F,G(x2)**
[Am]He said I [Em]do, and [F]then she did [C]too
And she [F]walked back down the [C]aisle holding [G]hands
With the best man
End On C

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