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Boys From The South chords

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Boys From the South
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Intro (x4)
D,G

D
Maybe he's in Texas, maybe this town
G
Maybe Oklahoma plowin' up some ground
D
Southern Carolina, somewhere on the coast,
G                                     Em
Maybe Alabama drivin' thru Montgomery right now.
G                       D              G
There's somethin' 'bout a boy from the South.

D,G

D
Maybe he's in Florida, somewhere in the pines,
G
Maybe on the delta throwin' out a line,
D
Maybe he's in Georgia, starin' at the stars,
G                                   Em
Maybe Tennessee pickin' on a guitar right now.
G                       D              G
There's somethin' 'bout a boy from the south.

D,G

    G
Yea, the first time I felt it I was only 16,
     D
And he kissed me underneath the chinaberry tree.
  G
Said "Goodnight darlin'," with a sweet southern drawl.
        Em                                 G
Man, I think I might just have to love them all –
D                G
My boys from the South.

D,G

D
Maybe in Kentucky, workin' in the mine.
G
Maybe down in Little Rock, just to pass the time.
D
Maybe he's somewhere in New Orleans,
G                           Em
Livin' it up in the Big Easy right now.
G                        D              G
There's somethin' 'bout a boy from the South.

D,G

    G
Yea, the first time I felt it I was only 16,
   D
And he kissed me underneath the chinaberry tree.
G
Said "Goodnight darlin'," with a sweet southern drawl.
       Em                                 G
Man, I think I might just have to love them all –
D               G
My boys from the South.

D                               G
Maybe he's in Texas, maybe this town.
D                G     
My boys from the South.

D,G (x4)


For anyone who is skipping the intro and end and just playing with the lyrics:
At the end of the song I like to do one E chord just for a finished feel.

            
            
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aclark2000 22 Aug 03, 2013 09:41 AM

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