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Sara Evans - Suds In The Bucket(capo) (Chord)
Album: Sara Evans Greatest Hits (2007)
Submitter: Aussie_Angel (5) on 5/24/05 1 comment
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Suds In The Bucket
Sara Evans
Submitted by Aussie_Angel 5/24/2005


Suds In The Bucket

***Capo 3rd Fret***




G                        C                        G
She was in the backyard, say it was a little past nine.

                       C                  G
When her prince pulled up, a white pickup truck.

G                                                                 
Her folks should’ve seen it coming, 

       C                     G
it was only just a matter of time.

           C                         G
Plenty old enough and you can’t stop love.


G                                     C                  G
She stuck a note on the screen door, ‘sorry but I got to go’.
                                                               
                     C                           G
And that was all she wrote, her mama’s heart was broke.

                 C                   G
That was all she wrote, so the story goes.



(Chorus)

        Em                      D
Now her daddy’s in the kitchen, staring out the window.

C                            G
Scratchin’ and a rackin’ his brains.

        Em                  D           C
How can eighteen years just up and walk away.

           Em                     D
Our little pony tailed girl grown up to be a woman,

          C                       G
now she’s gone in the blink of an eye.

             G                                          
She left her suds in the bucket, 

        D                          G
and her clothes hanging out on the line.


                                       G                                        
Now don’t you wonder what the preacher’s 

      C                   G
gonna preach about Sunday mornin’.

                   C                       G
Nothing quite like this, has happened here before.



        G                                     
Well he must’ve been a looker,
 
  C                       G
a smooth talking son-of-a-gun.

                    C                    G
For such a grounded girl, to just up and run.
                      C                        G
Cause you can’t fence time, and you can’t stop love.




(Chorus)

            Em                          D                                 
Now all the Betty’s in the beauty shop, gossip going nonstop,

C                   G 
sippin’ on pink lemonade.

          Em                  D           C
How could eighteen years just up and walk away.

           Em                     D
Our little pony tailed girl grown up to be a woman,
 
          C                     G
now she’s gone in a blink of an eye.

              G                                          
 She left her suds in the bucket,
 
        D                          G
and her clothes hanging out on the line.
  



(Chorus)

              Em 
She’s got her pretty little bare feet,

D                                     C                 G
hanging out the window, and they’re headed up to Vegas tonight.

          Em                  D           C
How could eighteen years just up and walk away.

           Em                     D                                
Our little pony tailed girl grown up to be a woman,
 
          C                       G
now she’s gone in the blink of an eye.

             G                                          
She left her suds in the bucket,
 
        D                          G
and her clothes hanging out on the line.

             G                                          
She left her suds in the bucket,
  
        D                           G
and her clothes hanging out on the line.



G                        C                        G
She was in the backyard, say it was a little past nine.

                       C                  G
When her prince pulled up, a white pickup truck

           C                         G
Plenty old enough and you can’t stop love.

                   C                        G
No you can’t fence time, and you can’t stop love.






 
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