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The Wedding Song
By Mark David Manders
Tabbed By Larry Mofle
rmofle at satx.rr.com
4/27/04

[Intro chords]
G  Em  C  D

G  D             Em  
1986 found me in Lubbock
    C                     D
Hub city of the Lone Star state
           G              D                   Em
And it was at the airport lounge that I first kissed her
C                             D
How the hell was I to know my fate

[Chorus]
        C                           G    
She was just nineteen and wild, she had a sexy smile
    G                              D
And I was twenty-three going on sixteen
        C                                   G
And the good times we shared together, Lord knows I?ve known no better
      C                    G          C         D      G
But I guess you?d a had to met her to know just what I mean

G                D                 Em
Lubbock couldn?t hold the likes of our love
   C                        D 
So we took off one night in May
   G                     D                  Em 
We set our sights a just little south of El Paso
     C                      D
Made Mexico by the break of day
            C            
We won some money at the racetrack 
        G
And she smiled as she laid back
       C                 G           C       D         G  
In the back seat of that taxi on the road to chase our dreams

[Fiddle Solo]

          G           D         Em
Well, the town of Seragosa is a poor one 
      C                      D 
And a dollar can buy most anything
        G                    D                Em
Well, I slipped that judge a wrinkled pair of twenties 
     C                             D
In exchange for vows and a wedding ring
       C                                   G
And without any hesitation she signed that wedding declaration
    C                       G                 C         D         G
And you don?t have to speak Spanish, boys, to know just what that means

G  D             Em
1986 is long forgotten, 
C                             D
She and I split up and moved apart
        G                D                  Em
But the memories that we shared down in old Mexico
     C                     D
Will always be alive in my heart

 

            
            
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