Capo 2nd fret Intro: F F F F F She left Oklahoma for California F Sunglasses on the brim of her hat F Smoke was pourin from that old Cadilac F But she wasn't turning back Dm G F Just outside of Flagstaff, F Motor blew on her Coupe DeVille Dm G F Just in time she saw a sign, F G There was a Texaco waiting at the bottom of the hill. And she said Chorus I F F Somebody must be prayin for me F G Somebody out there must be prayin for me F G Must be angels, I can't see Dm G F Somebody must be prayin for me F F Yeah F F Verse 2 F A boy about twenty climbed out of a truck F All covered in grease and dirt F She said hey charles, but he just laughed F And said I'm Wearing my daddy's shirt. Dm G F He stood there lost in her eyes F And she got lost in his Dm G F As the years rolled by she would sigh F G Everytime they kissed. Repeat Chorus I Bridge Dm F Sometimes she stares out the window Dm G And wonders about her Hollywood dreams Dm F But when she tucks her kids in bed Dm G She softly whispers as they fall asleep Chorus II (softly) F F Somebody must be prayin for me F G Somebody out there must be prayin for me F F Ain't it funny how you always find, just what you need. Dm G F Somebody must be prayin for me. F G F Somebody must be prayin for me Outro: Same as intro (sing over outro) Somebody must be prayin for me.