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(There'll be lots of Sunday singing there'll be lots of happy suppers)
If you can love a common country man
The only silk you'll touch will be the ribbons in your hair
But I'll make it up in every way I can
As long as there's a breath in me you'll have someone who cares
If you can love a common country man
There'll be lots of Sunday singing there'll be lots of happy suppers
As long as I've got two hard working hands
We'll be proud of all our children they'll be proud of mom and dad
If you can love a common country man
[ steel - piano ]
I know I'll never make enough to drive a big fine car
With only that old stripped out bottom land
But when it comes to wealthy love we'll have the richest hearts
If you can love a common country man
There'll be lots of Sunday singing...
There'll be lots of Sunday singing...



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