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What I'm Fighting For Chords (ver.1)

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What I'm Fighting For Chords (ver.1)

Steven Curtis Chapman
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                This is What I'm Fighting For

Song is originally played in C major and seems fairly easy. I could be missing some 
in between (Steven Curtis Chapman aways adds little chords here and there).

Intro:
F  C  F  C  G

  F					C/E
watch another sun fall on the desert sand
F				C/E		G
And slowly I can feel the ache returning to my heart
F				C/E
I heard somebody say today we lost a man
G				Am
And everybody's got their own opinion
G					F/A		G/B
On whether it's a good or bad thing we're doing over here

(Chorus)
		C			   G/B
But there's a little girl in Georgia lying in her bed tonight
	  Am					G
While her mother holds her close and whispers, "It's gonna be alright"
	     F
And they'll pray themselves to sleep
	   G					F		C/E
And dream about the day when I'll come walking back through the door
F			G	C/F
'Cause this is what I'm fighting for

We passed another playground on the road today
A little group of girls looked up and waved at us and smiled
I think it's in their eyes I see the biggest change
Still everybody's got their own opinion
I can see the good and bad but when I close my eyes...


I see a little girl in Georgia lying in her bed tonight
While her mother holds her close and whispers, "It's gonna be alright"
And they'll pray themselves to sleep
And dream about the day when I'll come walking back through the door
'Cause this is what I'm fighting for


I know everybody's got their own opinion
I'm just here to do my job and I can't wait to get  home
To that little girl in Georgia lying in her bed tonight
While her mother holds her close and whispers, "It's gonna be alright"
So I'll pray myself to sleep and dream about the day when I'll go running back through 
door
Back to what I'm fighting for
This is what I'm fighting for
            
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