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Shenandoah

We got married one afternoon in may
Never did see the light of day, on our honeymoon
We didn't have much when we started out
Your grandma's bed and a three room house, but we made do
Oh, oh I got you, oh, oh I got you

You could've had that boy you used to know
He's a millionaire from Ohio, your mama told me so
When the best I could do was the factory
You didn't get much when you got me, maybe that's true
But oh, oh I got you, oh, oh I got you

I got something that money can't buy
Cross my heart and I hope to die
Don't need nothing that I can't afford
I got you and I thank the lord

Now if all that's left is the rocking chair
I'll be fine knowing you'll be there, rocking too
Oh, oh I got you, oh, oh I got you
Oh, oh I got you, oh, oh I got you
Oh, oh I got you, oh, oh I got you
Oh, oh I got you, oh, oh I got you

Written by HILL, JEVON LENDRICK / THOMAS, THERON MAKIEL / THOMAS, TIMOTHY JAMAHLI
Published by Universal Music Publishing Group, THIRD TIER MUSIC, LLC, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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