Paint Me A Birmingham Tracy Lawrence
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He was sitting[F] there his brush in h[Bb]and
[C]Painting waves as they dance upon t[F]he sand
With every stroke h[F]e brought to life[Bb]
The deep blue of[C] the ocean against the morning sk[F]y
I a[Bb]sked him if he only painted ocean sce[G7]nes
He said for t[Bb]wenty dollars, I'll paint you anyt[C]hing
Could you paint me a Birmingha[F]m?
Make it look just the way I pl[Dm]an
A little house on the edge of t[Bb]own
Porch goin' all the way aro[C]und
Put her there on the front yard sw[F]ing
Cotton dress, make it early spri[Dm]ng
For awhile she'll be mine ag[Bb]ain
If you could paint me a Birmingha[F]m
He looked at me,[F] with knowing [Bb]eyes
[C]And took a canvas from a bag there by his s[F]ide
Picked up a [F]brush and said to [Bb]me
Son jus[C]t where in this picture would you like to b[F]e?
And I sa[Bb]id if there's anyway yo[G7]u can
Could you p[Bb]aint me back into her arms[C] again?
Could you paint me a Birmin[G]gham?
Make it look just the way I pl[Em]an
A little house on the edge of tow[C]n
Porch goin' all the way arou[D]nd
Put her there on the front yard s[G]wing
Cotton dress, make it early spring[Em]
For awhile she'll[C] be mine agai[D]n
If you could paint me a Birm[G]ingham