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From: Raymond Graham email@example.com Album: A Place in the Sun Artist: Tim McGraw This song is done in 'A' on the album. There is a F#m in this song and, I hate that chord, so I decided to play with a capo, which made it a very easy song to play. So that is how I am going to transcribe it. The bridge I am a little weary of. I don't know if it is exactly right. If you have any corrections be sure to let me know. This is pretty close though. Somebody Must Be Praying For Me Capo 2nd fret Intro: G C G C G She left Oklahoma for California C Sunglasses on the brim of her hat G Smoke was pourin from that old Cadilac C But she wasn't turning back Em D G Just outside of Flagstaff, C Motor blew on her Coupe DeVille Em D G Just in time she saw a sign, C D There was a Texaco waiting at the bottom of the hill. And she said Chorus I G C Somebody must be prayin for me G D Somebody out there must be prayin for me C D Must be angels, I can't see Em D G Somebody must be prayin for me G C Yeah G C Verse 2 G A boy about twenty climbed out of a truck C All covered in grease and dirt G She said hey Charles, but he just laughed C And said I'm wearing my daddy's shirt. Em D G He stood there lost in her eyes C And she got lost in his Em D G As the years rolled by she would sigh C D Everytime they kissed. Repeat Chorus I Bridge Em C Sometimes she stares out the window Am D And wonders about her Hollywood dreams Em C But when she tucks her kids in bed Am D She softly whispers as they fall asleep Chorus II (softly) G C Somebody must be prayin for me G D Somebody out there must be prayin for me C C Ain't it funny how you always find, just what you need. Em D G Somebody must be prayin for me. G D G Somebody must be prayin for me Outro: Same as intro (sing over outro) Somebody must be prayin for me.Home