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Lee Ann Womack - Montgomery To Memphis


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LeeAnn Womack 
Montgomery To Memphis 
Written by (Billy Montana, Anne Reeves) 

This song is a great song and by most it is overlooked - When I heard it I had
to learn it being a singer myself  I loves the song and I hope you will too!
It's #10 on the cd 
Listen to it - Its great!


capo on the 5th freet play C  ----- To play along with CD
It's the easiest way to play it because of the minors


                C                                  F
I've got a two room flat , With a view of a bridge that crosses  
  C
over in to Arkansas
         C                  G                 C
It's pretty to see, all lit up at night
  C                  F                                C
Tips are good, waitin'  tables at a downtown restaurant
                                                         G
C
You sound a little surprised, that I might be doin alright
 Am                          C              F                           C
Yeah, this is a big town, and I still get lost sometimes 
    Am                                    C                      F            
A lot has changed since Montgomery, and when you said 
         G
goodbye


Chorus 
    G                      F          C             
Looking back at where I was, I can see how far I've come 
                Am                   C                       F
G
>From a nobody with a broken heart, to feelin like someone
  C                          Am                  F                          
Now you say you want me back, boy let me tell you this
             Dm         F                                    C
It's a million miles, from Montgomery to Memphis


             C                        F                    
Theres nobody special, I'm not in love 
             C                      
Hasn't been anyone since you
          C                              G                        C
Now isn't that what you wanted to hear me say
               C                            F                          C
No, I've got no plans to be back in Montgomery, anytime soon 
            C                                      G                     C
Sure, we'll get together, if your headed up this way
 Am                        C              F                 C
You can probally make it, in half a day or so 
                 Am                         C                      F
But, you can't just walk back in again, got a long, long way to 
 G
go


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