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The Rain Don't Ever Stop In Oklahoma

Song Author Glenn Sutton og Red Steagall Performer: Glenn Sutton og Red Steagall Submitted by: Anonymous

[G]We left southern California she [C]cried for several days
She [D7]didn't won't to leave her hills and [G]home
She said the dessert's [G7]calling me and the [C]dry winds cry my name
She said the [D7]rain don't ever stop in Okla[G]homa

But I said I'll show you Turner Falls and the [C]green Arbuckle Mountains
Where the [D7]grass grows stirrup high most all year [G]long
She said I won't be [G7]happy there I'll [C]miss my dessert mornings
She said the [D7]rain don't ever stop in Okla[G]homa

I bought her pretty dresses and [C]yellow ribbons for her hair
I [A7]never made her smile or feel like [D7]home   
[G]She found a diesel driving man [C]headed west to California
The [D7]dessert called my sweet Diana [G]home

And standing here alone in these [C]green Arbuckle Mountains
Where the [D7]grass grows stirrup high most all year [G]long
But I can't see their [G7]beauty with my [C]eyes this full of tears
I guess the [D7]rain won't ever stop in Okla[G]homa


We left southern California she cried for several days
She didn't won't to leave her hills and home
She said the dessert's calling me and the dry winds cry my name
She said the rain don't ever stop in Oklahoma

But I said I'll show you Turner Falls and the green Arbuckle Mountains
Where the grass grows stirrup high most all year long
She said I won't be happy there I'll miss my dessert mornings
She said the rain don't ever stop in Oklahoma

I bought her pretty dresses and yellow ribbons for her hair
I never made her smile or feel like home
She found a diesel driving man headed west to California
The dessert called my sweet Diana home

And standing here alone in these green Arbuckle Mountains
Where the grass grows stirrup high most all year long
But I can't see their beauty with my eyes this full of tears
I guess the rain won't ever stop in Oklahoma

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