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Intro:
             G                        C           G
Well she was born in the morning late October San Antone
         Em              C            G
Aw she's every girl I've ever known

Interlude: G  G  C  G  Em  C  G       

Verse:
             G                        C           G
Well she was born in the morning late October San Antone
         Em              C            G
Aw she's every girl I've ever known
          G                       C               G             
She don't talk about religion she talks about the stones
         Em              C            G
Oh she's every girl I've ever known

Chorus:
        C                  G              C              G
And her tongue is like the Devil when she tries to concentrate
    C                      G             Em
She says she don't want marriage but she still believes in fate
        G                                  C                G
And she stands her ground to defiantly but cries when she's alone
         Em              C            G
Oh she's every girl I've ever known

Interlude: G  G  C  G  Em  C  G

Verse:
        G                         C                 G
Now her voice it is a melody that sings just like a bird
         Em              C            G
Oh she's every song I've ever heard
        G                          C                  G
And her heartbeat is a rhythm that commands her every word
         Em              C            G
Oh she's every song I've ever heard

Chorus:
    C                     G             C             G
She reflects the world in happiness and echos all the pain
    C                   G           Em
Her smiles the world of sunrise her cries to make it rain
        G                                C                G
And she hides the truth discretely you'd have to take her word
         Em              C            G
Aw she’s every song I've ever heard

Solo: G  G  C  G  Em  C  G

Verse:
        G                          C              G
She's a sober Sunday kitchen conversation with my dad
         Em                C          G
Aw she's every friend I've ever had
        G                               C               G
Well we never failed to cut a trail whenever times were bad
         Em                C          G
Aw she's every friend I've ever had

Chorus:
        C                 G            C             G
She's a flighty good time buddy in the corner of the bar
          C                   G           Em
But she'd fight the Devil for ya just for being who you are
              G                                 C                 G
And she's the last to cast a stone though she'd love to leave you mad
         Em                C          G
Aw she's every friend I've ever had

Solo: G  G  C  G  Em  C  G

             G                        C           G
Well she was born in the morning late October San Antone
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