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Blue Jeans And A Rosary ukulele

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Blue Jeans and a Rosary

(R.J. Ritchie, M. Young) © 2007 RJR Publishing / Jo Ray Dean Music (BMI)


(Verse 1)

C					C
All my life I've been searchin',  all my life I've been uncertain


F					F
I been abandoned and left alone,  at fifteen I had to leave home


C				     G
The black sheep, the bad seed,  at a roadside bar in Tennessee


F                               C				G
I met an angel who rescued me,  she rescued me...


(Chorus)
F					 F

She wore blue jeans and a rosary,  believed in God and believed in me


C
All her friends think she's a little crazy


F						F				C
She wears a smile, heart on her sleeve,  don't give a damn what the world thinks of me


G				 F	                        	C
She tells me it's all good, she's happy with a bad seed, happy to be misunderstood.


(Verse 2)

C
Two packs and a pint a day, to hide the shame, and wash away the pain

C(A bass)
Aww the pain

F
Every road was a dead-end street, runnin' from the law, and runnin' on empty

C							 G
You couldn't shake the marks that were left on me,  At a roadside bar in Tennessee
F                               C				G
I met an angel who rescued me,  she rescued me...

(Chorus)
F					 F

She wore blue jeans and a rosary,  believed in God and believed in me


C
All her friends think she's a little crazy


F						F				C
She wears a smile, heart on her sleeve,  don't give a damn what the world thinks of me


G				 F				                          C
She tells me it's all good, she's happy with a bad seed, happy to be misunderstood.

There are hammerons and pulloffs at the beginning of each verse that serve to separate
C chords into to different bars and give the song a sense of rhythm:
C Major

|--0--------------------------------|
|--1--------------------------------|
|--0--------------------------------|
|--2---0h2--------------------------|
|--3---------0h3-3p0-3--------------|
|--X--------------------------------|

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