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Greener Than The Grass We Laid On chords

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G                  D7              C                G
He painted quite a picture for the girls in my home town

    C        G                D7
And I was no exception to the rule

G                D7              C                G
Singing all them songs about the places that he’d been

C                            D7
Made a body feel just like a fool


G                   D7             C                 G
My pride was like a paper bag that once had held the wine

C              G              D7
Thrown with no caution to the wind

G                   D7           C            G
He left me like the empty bottle lying on the ground

C                            D7
Swearing he would pick me up again


    F             G                 C
And I was greener than the grass we laid on

D7                      G
Underneath that Alabama sun

  F                   G
I guess I should have known

         C               F
That old highway was his home

      D7       G        C
Do-do-do-do-do-do do-do-do


G                  D7            C            G
He said that I was prettier than Paris in the rain

C                 G             D7
Lord he filled me full of gypsy lies

G                  D7           C               G
Swearing that he'd come back to fetch me in the spring

C                             D7
Too ashamed to look me in the eye


     G               D7            C                G
Well I felt about as simple as the cotton dress I'd torn

C               G            D7
Sneaking in the house at 3 a.m.

G              D7             C               G
Momma liked to question me to death and I was sure

C                                D7
Her intuition told her where I'd been


    F             G                 C
And I was greener than the grass we laid on

D7                      G
Underneath that Alabama sun

  F                   G
I guess I should have known

         C               F
That old highway was his home

      D7       G        C
Do-do-do-do-do-do do-do-do

            
            
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