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Backwoods Barbie lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use
only, it's a good song that tells a great story, written and recorded
by Dolly Parton.
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Backwoods Barbie Written and recorded by Dolly Parton
G C I grew up poor and ragged just a simple country girl G D7 I wanted to be pretty more than anything in the world C G C Like Barbie or the models in the Fredrick’s catalog G D7 G From rags to wishes in my dreams I could have it all
C G I'm just a backwoods Barbie too much makeup too much hair C G D7 Don't be fooled by thinking that the goods are not all there C G C Don't let these false eyelashes lead you to believe G D7 G That I'm as shallow as I look cause I run true and deep
C I've always been misunderstood because of how I look G D7 Don't judge me by the cover cause I'm a real good book C G C So read into it what you will but see me as I am G D7 G The way I look is just a country girl's idea of glam
C G I'm just a backwoods Barbie in a push-up bra and heels C G D7 I might look artificial but where it counts I'm real C G C And I'm all dolled up and hoping for a chance to prove my worth G D7 G And even backwoods Barbie’s get their feelings hurt
C G I'm just a backwoods Barbie too much makeup too much hair C G D7 Don't be fooled by thinking that the goods are not all there C G C Yes I can see where I could be misjudged upon first glance G D7 G But even backwoods Barbie's deserve a second chance
C G D7 C I'm just a backwoods Barbie just asking for a chance G Just a backwoods Barbie
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