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Ain't That Fine Written and recorded by Roger Miller
G C G Well I fell in love in Texas D7 When a little girl said to me G C Come on back down here you all G D7 G And let's grow a little honey tree
C G Well I bought myself a ticket D7 And the train leaves a-quarter to four G C I can see her now with the great big eyes G D7 G Waitin' at the station door
C G Ain't that fine ain't that fine C G D7 G Ain't that fine fine fine she's all mine
C G Well she took me home to momma D7 And that didn't impress me much G C G Till she rolled out a great big welcome mat D7 G And that hit me with the magic touch
C G When she walks down the sidewalk D7 All the cowboys step aside G C G Cause they all know she's a one man woman D7 G And she'll soon be roped and tied
C G Now tell me ain't that fine ain't that fine C G D7 G Ain't that fine fine fine she's all mine
C G Well now her daddy owns an oil well D7 In the Lone Star Texas State G C And it shoots black gold to the clear blue sky G D7 G And brother ain't that great
C G Well now I just can see me with a highball D7 With a big long fine cigar G C A big success watchin' things progress G D7 G A chauffer with a long black car
C G Come on ain't that fine ain't that fine C G D7 G Ain't that fine fine fine she's all mine C G D7 G Yeah ain't that fine fine fine she's all mine
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