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A Harley Someday lyrics and chords

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A Harley Someday
Written and recorded by David A. Coe

G C
Those Harley's they cost so much money
G D7
A small bike is all he could buy
G C
He covers it up on his carport
G D7 G
If anyone saw it he'd die

C
He acts just as tough as his buddies
G D7
They drink Harley Davidson beer
G C
And he tells anyone that will listen
G D7 G
He's buying a panhead next year

D7 G
And we all laugh and think it's so funny
D7
Especially when we hear him say
G D7 C
Right now I'm just learning to ride man
G D7 G
Oh but I'll have a Harley someday

C
He don't take his bike to Daytona
G D7
But he carries his helmet along
G C
And the Ironhorse Saloon shirt he's wearing
G D7 G
Say's bike week 1981

C
He's a bona fide wanna be tough guy
G D7
With long hair and chains on his boots
G C
He works 9 to 5 Monday through Friday
G D7 G
In loafers and Ivy League suits

D7 G
And we all laugh and think it's so funny
D7
Especially when we hear him say
G D7 C
Right now I'm just learning to ride man
G D7 G
Oh but I'll have a Harley someday

C
And he's thinking of getting a tattoo
G D7
And maybe an earring or two
G C
As much as we hate to admit it
G D7 G
We all know what he's going through

C
We say he's a true weekend warrior
G D7
He's wearing his old Harley hat
G C
And the truth is it's hard to remember
G D7 G
That we all started out just like that

D7 G
And we all laugh and think it's so funny
D7
Especially when we hear him say
G D7 C
Right now I'm just learning to ride man
G D7 G
Oh but I'll have a Harley someday

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