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John Deere Green ukulele

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Greg

Here's a Joe Diffie tune-not sure about the first part
of the chorus-any corrections welcome.

Joe Diffie John Deere Green

F
They were farm kids way down in Dixie

            F                     F
They met in high school in the sixties

                                   G7
Everyone knew it was love from the start

One July in the midnight hour

He climbed upon the water tower
                      G7                 F       G
Stood on the rail and painted a ten foot heart

chorus
   Am         F
In John Deere Green
F               F
On a hot summer night
         Am              F
He wrote Billy Bob loves Charlene
F                      F
In letters three foot high

        Am
And the whole town said
        G
that he should had used red
        F                 F
But it looked good to Charlene
F       G      F
in John Deere Green


They settled down on eighty acres
Raising sweet corn, kids and tomatoes
They went together like a hand and a glove
On a clear day from their front yard
He you look and know what to look for
Off to the east you can still read his words of love

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