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The Atlanta Song (tabs)

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Performances (1)

The Atlanta Song
Tabbed byJessica
TuningStandard
CapoNone
INTRO: 

C

CHORUS: 

C                                F
There's a full moon hanging over Georgia

    C                                                             G
The Alanta city skyline shining bright just like a diamond in the night

Am 
Magnolia blooming on a honey suckle breeze

C
Perfume fills the air from the sweet peach trees

        F                        G                                    C
There's no where that I'd rather be, I sure am glad you are here with me


VERSE:


F
Do you want to have some fun?

C
Then let's try the Chatehoochie River run

G
Later we can walk along the street

F
At Little Five Points and get something to eat

CHORUS: 

There's a full moon hanging over Georgia
The Alanta city skyline shining bright just like a diamond in the night
Magnolia blooming on a honey suckle breeze
Perfume fills the air from the sweet peach trees
There's no where I'd rather be, I sure am glad you are here with me


VERSE (SAME AS ABOVE):

There's Stone Mountain and the Millenium Gate
Jimmy Carter's Library closes at 8
Then we can go to Piedmont Park
And lay on our backs and just stare at the stars

CHORUS: 

There's a full moon hanging over Georgia
The Alanta city skyline shining bright just like a diamond in the night
Magnolia blooming on a honey suckle breeze
Perfume fills the air from the sweet peach trees
There's no where that I'd rather be, I sure am glad you are here with me

BRIDGE: 

Am
But I must confess

              C
Sometimes the sight I like to see the best

            G                       F
Is a whole healthy dose you see...of shopping

CHORUS: 

There's a full moon hanging over Georgia
The Alanta city skyline shining bright just like a diamond in the night
Magnolia blooming on a honey suckle breeze
Perfume fills the air from the sweet peach trees
There's no where I'd rather be, I sure am glad you are here with me
There's no where I'd rather be, I sure am glad you are here with me