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Mark Chesnutt - Old Country


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#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
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OLD COUNTRY
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By Mark Chesnutt (from "Longnecks & Short Stories")
Written by Bobby Harden


INTRO: (C) F F Bb Bb C C F F

F
Setting sun goes down at night

Bb
Making way for neon lights

C			     F
Country boys looking at the moon

F
City girl is dressed just right

Bb
She may stay out late tonight

C			        F
Country boy just plowed today till noon
	
               C Bb F		        Bb
CHORUS:           From Birmingham to Ohio
		C		   Bb       F
                          How they met nobody knows
		Bb		F	          C
                          Every now and then they get together
               C Bb F		        Bb
                          She used to want to climb the walls
		C		            Bb        F	
                          She'd never really been loved at all
		Bb		C	         F
                          Not until old country came to town

INTRO

F
He's the first one to the room

Bb
Ice and drinks will be on soon

C				      F
Everything is perfect when she walks in

F
They kiss and hold each other tight

Bb
For they know what's in store tonight

C				          F
They're not some place they have never been

CHORUS

C  Bb  F		    Bb
          She used to want to climb the walls

          C		        Bb         F
          She'd never really been loved at all

          Bb	    C		     F
          Not until old country came to town. 



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