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Oak Ridge Boys - Bobbie Sue (Chord)
Submitter: Deleted Member (0) on 7/17/01 1 comment
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Key of G

G
I heard about her from a friend of mine
                              C
He said she lived across the county line
                              D
The sweetest grape that ever grew on the vine
                                  G
And now that's where I'm spending all my time
G                     
Her daddy Robert and her mama Ruth
                              C
They had a daughter named her Bobbie Sue
                         D
And now she's 18 and she knows the truth
                         G
Nobody's gonna tell her what to do


Chorus:
        G                              C
B-B-B-B Bobbie Sue, c-can't you see my love is true
                  D                        G
I want to m-m-m-m marry you, B-B-B-B-B-B-B Bobbie Sue

(saxophone solo... G, C, D, G)

                           G
I'll take her riding on a Friday night
                                 C
Straight down the highway in the clear moonlight
                           D
My Chevy's humming and she holds me tight
                                G
We'll find a preacher and we'll do it right
         G                     
Her daddy told her that she'd have to wait
                           C
Her mama said don't make a big mistake
                                  D
But we'll keep driving til' we're out of reach 
                           G
And when they find us it'll be too late

Chorus
Chorus
(saxophone solo... G, C, D, G)

B-B-B-B-B-B Bobbie Sue
  
G C D G
       B-B-B-B Bobbie Sue

G C D G
       Bo......bbie Sue  fade
 Comments (click here to add a non-facebook comment)
This can be played a little differently.
The sheet music for the song says G7, C7
and D7. Both sound fine, but I think
playing it with the 7 chords gives it a much
funner sound.
-tbowers715 | 10/18/2003
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