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Corvette Song ukulele

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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
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From nicholdb@magi.com  Sun Oct 15 17:16:26 1995
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(The Corvette Song)   The One I Loved Back Then

As performed by  George Jones

Submitted by Dan Nicholas
Arnprior, Ontario, Canada
e-mail: nicholdb@magi.com


(The Corvette Song)   The One I Loved Back Then


C                                       F             C
I stopped off at the quicksack for some beer & cigarettes

     F                 C                          G
This old man took my money as he stared at my Corvette

    C                                      F
He said, I had one just like her son, a 1963

          C               G                  C
Til' the man down at the bank took her from me


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I had one that was hotter than a two dollar pistol

               F             C
she was the fastest thing around

F                    C
Long and lean every young man's dream

                          G
She turned every head in town

         C
She was built in from the handles

                              F
Son, I'm glad that you walked in

                      C       G         C
She reminds me of the one I loved back then

C                                        G               C
Well I handed him my keys and said, here take her for a spin

    F                      C                               G
The old man scratched his head, then he looked at me and grinned

         C                                               F
He said son you just don't understand it ain't the car I want

                           C          G       C
It's the brunette in your vette that turns me on


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