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Alan Jackson - Sissys Song tab

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Intro F, C, Bb, C7(Repeat 2xs)

Verse 1
F/C
Why did she have to go 
C
So young I just don't know why 
Bb
Things happen half the time 
C
Without reason without rhyme
F/C
Lovely, sweet young woman
C
Daughter, wife and mother
Bb
Makes no sense to me
C
I just have to believe

Refrain
F/C                             C
She flew up to Heaven on the wings of angels
Bb                            C
By the clouds and stars and passed where no one sees
F/C                             C
And she walks with Jesus and her loved ones waiting
Bb                
And I know she's smiling saying
C7                F  
Don't worry 'bout me

(F, C, Bb, C)

Verse 2
F/C
Loved ones she left behind
C
Just trying to survive 
Bb
And understand the why
C
Feeling so lost inside
F/C
Anger shot straight at God
C
Then asking for His love
Bb
Empty with disbelief 
C
Just hoping that maybe
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Refrain
F/C                            C
She flew up to Heaven on the wings of angels
Bb                           C
By the clouds and stars and passed where no one sees
F/C                              C
And she walks with Jesus and her loved ones waiting
Bb         
And I know she's smiling saying
C7                F
Don't worry 'bout me

(F, C, Bb, C)

Bridge
F/C
It's hard to say goodbye
C
Her picture in my mind
Bb
They'll always be of times I'll cherish
C
And I won't cry 'cause

Refrain
F/C                          C
She flew up to Heaven on the wings of angels
Bb                          C
By the clouds and stars and passed where no one sees
F/C                             C
And she walks with jesus and her loved ones waiting
Bb             
And I know she's smiling saying
C7                 F
Don't worry 'bout me
C7                 F
Don't worry 'bout me
C7                F
Don't worry 'bout me
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