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Rascal Flatts
Ellsworth

Capo 3rd Fret


Intro - D - Em7 - G - D-Dsus4


D                           A
Grandma burned the biscuits,  nearly took the house down with it,
Cadd9                         G
Now she's in assisted living, we all knew that day would come,


D                                 A
We knew she was too gone to drive, the day she parked on I-65,
Cadd9                             G
Found her on the shoulder cryin, she didn't know where she was,


Cadd9                      Bm
  It's like her mind just quit,
                   Em                               G
Oh but bring up grandpa it's like someone flipped a switch,


    D
A front porch light and a blue Desota,
  Em                             G
A couple of straws in a Coca-Cola-a,
                           D   A
you could see it all goin down,
   D
A handsome boy in army green,
   Em
A tear on his face down on a knee,
 G
A shaky voice, a diamond ring,
       Asus4            A
She'll put you in that town,
  Bm                 A                    Esus-E
Tomorrow she won't remember what she did today,
                       G          Em7        D   Em7  G
But just ask her about Ellsworth, Kansas, 1948


D                        A
She takes out his medals, a cigar box of letters,
Cadd9                       G
Sits and scatters pictures, blacks and whites of days gone by,

Cadd9                     Bm
we started losin her when she lost him,
                Em                               G
But to hear her carry on, You'd swear she's seventeen again,


 D
Football games and leaves a cracklin
 Em                               G
Walkin her home in his letter jacket,
                         D   A
You can see it all goin down,
    D
A perfect night on a front porch glider,
 Em
Sayin goodnight for the next three hours,
G
Her tired eyes go wide and bright, 
         Asus4             A
when she talks about that town,
  Bm                 A                    Esus-E
Tomorrow she won't remember what she did today,
                       G          Em7        D   Em7   G
But just ask her about Ellsworth, Kansas, 1948


D  Em7  G  D  A


           D
While the world is fading all around her,
Em
Sharin' a sundae at the counter,
G
He's goin on and on about her, 
   Asus4                     A
Bet she's right there right now,
  Bm                 A                    Esus-E
Tomorrow she won't remember what she did today,
                       G          Em7        D   Em7   G   D
But just ask her about Ellsworth, Kansas, 1948

            
            
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