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Mark Chesnutt - Old Country (Chord)
Album: Longnecks & Short Stories (1992)
Submitter: matellmon (71) on 1/26/02 1 comment
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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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It's easier with a capo on the 1st fret and play E, A and B. Oh, and I'm not sure of the placement of some of the chords, but overall this is good.
-tpmadden | 4/1/2009
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