Intro -x4-: Ab  Db

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I ain't the kind you take home to Mama
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I ain't the kind to wear no ring
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Somehow I always get stronger
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When I'm on my second drink


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Even though I hate to admit it
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Sometimes I smoke cigarettes
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The Christian folk say I should quit it
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I just smile and say, 'God bless'


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Chorus:
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Cause I heard Jesus, He drank wine
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And I bet we'd get along just fine
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He could calm a storm and heal the blind
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And I bet He'd understand a heart like mine


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Daddy cried when he saw my tattoo
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Said he loved me anyway
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My brother got the brains of the family
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So I thought I'd learn to sing


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Chorus:
      Eb
Cause I heard Jesus, He drank wine
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And I bet we'd get along just fine
          Eb
He could calm a storm and heal the blind
       Db                               Ab
And I bet He'd understand a heart like mine


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Bridge:
              Bbm7    Ab  
Well, I'll flyyyy, awaay 
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From it all.....  one day
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And I'll flyyy........ away, 


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But these are the days that I will remember
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When my name's called on the roll
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He'll meet me with two long-stemmed glasses
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And make a toast to me coming home


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Chorus:
      Eb
Cause I heard Jesus, He drank wine
      Db             Ab
And I bet we'd get along just fine
          Eb
He could calm a storm and heal the blind
       Db                               Ab
And I bet He'd understand a heart like mine
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