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This is a quick chording of Loudon's New Paint off Album III. There are different hammer ons and other things in the song that you can just improv, are just the essential chords. The walk down is on the A string. Intro G C G (walk down) D G D G At the station you can meet her C G With that smile you couldn't cheat her Walk-down D G D A woman that kind is hard to find G It's good to take a girl C G In the not so very good world Walk-down D G And walk in the park until it gets dark D7 Am Sometimes I feel ugly and old D7 Am Excuse me baby if I'm acting bold D7 Am My head gets hot but my feet aren't cold C D Excuse me if you will G Take a breather on a bench C G Helps to build up the suspense Walk-down D G D Then the two of you go to a movie show G If she's woman there's a chance C G That she maybe likes to dance Walk-down D So you go to the hall and you out step G Em all D7 Don't make a hullabaloo I'm not the Am hoipaloi D7 Am I'll try any trick and I'll pull any ploy D7 Am I'm a used up twentieth century boy C D Excuse me if you will Interlude: G C G D G G She takes you home to meet the folks C G Laughing at the fathers jokes Walk-down D G D Shall we watch TV, it's all right with me G Time to go you're going to miss her C G In the doorway try to kiss her Walk-down D Oh it tastes so good, like you hoped it G would D7 Am If I was 16 again I'd give my eyetooth D7 Am I'm tired and I'm hungry and I'm looking for my youth D7 Am I'm a little uncool and I'm a little uncouth C C D Oh excuse me yes excuse me if you will G At the station you can meet her C G With that smile you couldn't cheat her Walk-down D G A woman that kind is hard to find. End Chorded by Andrew