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American Dream Girl In Texas chords

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"American Dream (Girl In Texas)" - John Tams - Unity - 2000
               Transcribed by wranglingoutlaw

G/C - 3x2010

3/4 time -

Intro - | D | D | G | G | C | C | E | E | x2

A             E            Bm               
 The sunset streams across the silver screen 
G               D     A
 And takes the cowboy down 
Bm                  E
 And Texas seems a long, long way 
         A         D      A   
From this run down mining town 

Bm                 E
 England's hope and glory 
A             D         A
 Has hit that lonesome trail 

Bm                   E
 And drugstore dreams  of limousines
Bm                 E
 Marlboro men and Levi jeans 
Bm                  E
 Steel guitars and rhinestone queens 
      A            D    A
They  never let Me down 

Bm                E
 And I dreamed I saw America 
A               D      A     | E ..
 From a two bit-border town 

4/4 time -

            D         F#m          G  G/C
Thought I'd   get across the border 
D           F#m    G   G/C
 See what I could see 
D       F#m    G    A
 Put a little  order 
G            Bm                    A
 Between the Lone-Star State and Me 

       G                 A
She was standing by the freeway 
D          F#m      G      A
 I was short  on company 
      D       F#m  G     A
She was a girl      in Texas 
      G      A       | D G D / |
But a woman  in  Tennessee 

| D G D D ..

.. F#m                  G     G/C
My pick-up ain't no limousine 
D                F#m          G   G/C
 But there's room enough for two 
D              F#m    G        A
 As she slipped in  down by My side 
G              Bm               A
 The State-line   came into view

        G                 A
She said She'd a mind to travel 
D                    F#m          G
 I said, that is just fine by Me 
A          D    F#m  G        A
 She was a girl       in Texas 
       G   A         | D G D / |
But a woman  in Tennessee 

| D G D D ..

..... F#m F#m | G G G/C G/C |

| D D F#m F#m | G G G/C G/C |

| D D F#m F#m | G G A A |

| G G Bm Bm | A | G | A |

| D D F#m F#m | G G A A | x2

| G G A A | D G D / | D G D / ..

.. F#m                G    G/C
We found a little bar-room 
D            F#m        G  G/C
 With a polka playing band 
D   F#m             G      A
 We took to trading smiles 
G       Bm                   A
 And We took to holding hands 

       G                            A
And We danced - We danced into the morning 
D           F#m       G
  Changed our history 
A           D   F#m  G        A
  She was a girl      in Texas 
      G    A         | D G D / |
But a woman  in Tennessee 

| D G D / |

3/4 time - 

Bm                    E
 And I dreamed I saw America 
        A        D           Bm
From a two-bit - one-horse - run-down -
  Em              A    D    A ..
- Northern mining town

            
            
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