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Bill And Annie chords

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Play the D A G in very quick succession. This is a chord simplification of the riff.
This is indicated by a * before the D.

[Verse 1]
D              G
We stopped for peaches
D           A
At a little roadside stand
D            G
Man said his name was Bill
D                      A
I said "I'm Chuck and this is Annie"
G                     D          G                D
He said Annie was the one & only true love of his life
G               D          * D       A        G
They met at his wedding but by then he had a wife

Hold G for 4 bars of instrumental

[Verse 2]
D                 G
It was during the reception
       D           A
In the Spring of '64
D             G
She, his newlywed's best friend
D                             A
Followed him out the ballroom door
G                  D
Maybe his ring got smaller
G                D
Maybe his finger swelled
G                 D
Maybe he'd made a big mistake
* D         A          G
And maybe time would tell


[Verse 3]
D                               G
Bill asked, "Do you feel what I feel?"
D                A
And Annie said, "I do"
D             G
Bill was at a loss
D                         A
Wondering now what should he do
G              D
He did what he had to
G                 D
He'd just taken a wife
G                   D
She would take good care of him
* D            A      G
For the rest of her life

[Verse 4]
D                      G
Bill & Annie fought the urge
D                   A
They saw each other often
D                G
She was there in black
D                    A
The day Bill's wife lay in her coffin
G                    D
By then she'd gotten married
G                   D
By then she'd moved away
G                        D
She'd asked Bill for his blessings
* D        A           G
And he'd said it was ok


[Verse 5]
D                     G
Bill said, "Taste the peaches"
D                 A
He cut us each a slice
D                         G
They were a little on the small side
* D       A           G
But they sure tasted nice
G                       D
"Do you think I did the right thing?" Bill asked
G                D
Though I knew he knew
G                    D
So I answered with a question
* D           A         G
I asked him, "Bill, do you?"

Hold G

[Verse 6]
D                  G
Bill said, "Annie, pleased to meet you
D                       A
It was nice to meet you Chuck"
D                       G
And Annie & I, we drove away
D                  A
In Annie's pick-up truck
G                    D
With a box of twenty peaches
G                  D
A homegrown tomato too
G                         D
And a couple of things to think about
* D                A      G
And every now and then I do... I do


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