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I Wish I Still Smoked Cigarettes
Written by Lori Mckenna, Barry Dean & Luke Laird
Recorded by Ronnie Dunn

(Capo on 1)

G x4 bars

[Verse]

           G
I wish I still smoked cigarettes, light one up and travel time

When a stiff drink and a whispered yes was enough to light a fire,
          C
to feel alive
                                         G
Wish I could go back to those nights sometimes

           G
I wish I still drove a muscle car, horses rumbling under the hood

Flyin' past the welcome sign under the stars, wishin' I could leave for good
            C
I swore I would
                                              Em  D
Every now and then I go back to that neighborhood 

[Chorus]
           C
I wish I still did a lot of things, I don't do anymore
         G
When I didn't know what wasn't good for me, but I knew everything else for sure
                 Em                                  D
I guess what I really miss is the freedom, then the way it felt, the innocence
                C                  Am
That's what I really meant when I said 

[Verse]
           G
I wish I still smoked cigarettes, I felt more grown up then

We were talking about where we were gonna go instead of where we'd been
      C
We'd ride around the lake and make those plans
                                        Em                     D
Still had the world in the palm of our hands, we never had a chance, now and then

[Chorus]

I wish I still did a lot of things, I don't do anymore
         G
When I didn't know what wasn't good for me, but I knew everything else for sure
                 Em                                  D
I guess what I really miss is the freedom, then the way it felt, the innocence
                C                  Am
That's what I really meant when I said 

[Solo] 
Em, D, C, C, Em, D, D

[Verse]

           G
I wish I still smoked cigarettes, something to calm my nerves

Wherever you are tonight, you were better than I deserve
           C
I wish I still smoked cigarettes
                          Am        D
So I had something to let go up in smoke 
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