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Dierks Bentley - I Bought The Shoes


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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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I BOUGHT THE SHOES
Dierks Bentley
Album: Dierks Bentley
2003, Capitol Records
Submitted by: Christopher R.
August 24, 2003

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Note: I have included two versions of this song. One without capo
and one with, so that beginners can play along.
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Intro

(F) Designer names and diamond ri(F7)ngs
(Bb) Are just some of the finer things
(C7) I thought it took to keep her satis(F)fied
But, a bank account and credit ca(F7)rds
A (Bb) circled drive, through an acre yard
(C7) Couldn't fill that lonesome feeling
That she held in(F)side

I (Bb) bought her fancy clothes for all (F) occasions
And (F#) a (G) new car so 
She could go just (C7) any old where she pleased
I bought the (F) golden band she wore
On the (Bb) hand, that closed the door
And I (C7) bought the shoes that just walked out on (F) me

(F)  (Bb)  (C7)  (F)

(F) Leavin' early and stayin' out la(F7)te
(Bb) I thought for sure, her love would wait
(C7) Until the day that I could find the (F) time
But all the things that she exp(F7)ected
(Bb) Were all the things that I neglected
(C7) For what she wanted most from me
Would not have cost a (F) dime

I (Bb) bought her fancy clothes for all (F) occasions
And (F#) a (G) new car so 
She could go just (C7) any old where she pleased
I bought the (F) golden band she wore
On the (Bb) hand, that closed the door
And I (C7) bought the shoes that just walked out on (F) me

I bought the (F) golden band she wore (F) (G) (A) On the (Bb) hand
That closed the door
And I (C7) bought the shoes that just walked out on (F) me
Yes, I (C7) bought the shoes that just walked out on (F) me



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Capo 3rd Fret
(this is the way that Dierks plays it, in concert)

Intro

(D) Designer names and diamond ri(D7)ngs
(G) Are just some of the finer things
(A7) I thought it took to keep her satis(D)fied
But, a bank account and credit ca(D7)rds
A (G) circled drive, through an acre yard
(A7) Couldn't fill that lonesome feeling
That she held in(D)side

I (G) bought her fancy clothes for all (D) occasions
And (Eb) a (E) new car so 
She could go just (A7) any old where she pleased
I bought the (D) golden band she wore
On the (G) hand, that closed the door
And I (A7) bought the shoes that just walked out on (D) me

(D)  (G)  (A7)  (D)

(D) Leavin' early and stayin' out la(D7)te
(G) I thought for sure, her love would wait
(A7) Until the day that I could find the (D) time
But all the things that she expe(D7)cted
(G) Were all the things that I neglected
(A7) For what she wanted most from me
Would not have cost a (D) dime

I (G) bought her fancy clothes for all (D) occasions
And (Eb) a (E) new car so 
She could go just (A7) any old where she pleased
I bought the (D) golden band she wore
On the (G) hand, that closed the door
And I (A7) bought the shoes that just walked out on (D) me
 
I bought the (D) golden band she wore (D) (E) (F#) On the (G) hand
That closed the door
And I (A7) bought the shoes that just walked out on (D) me
Yes, I (A7) bought the shoes that just walked out on (D) me



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