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Ballad Of A
Teenage Queen lyrics and chords are provided for your personal use,
it's truly a Johnny Cash classic. This old song is easy to do even
though it has quick changes, the chords are simple.
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BALLAD OF A TEENAGE QUEEN by Johnny Cash written by Jack Clement
C F C Dream on Dream on teenage queen F C G7 C Prettiest girl we've ever seen
C F C There's a story in our town G7 C Of the prettiest girl around F C Golden hair and eyes of blue G7 C How those eyes could flash at you F C Boys hung around her by the score G7 C But she loved the boy next door G7 C Who worked at the candy store
C F C Dream on dream on teenage queen F C G7 C Prettiest girl we've ever seen
C F C She was tops in all they said G7 C It never once went to her head F C She had everything it seemed G7 C Not a care this teenage queen F C Other boys could offer more G7 C But she loved the boy next door G7 C Who worked at the candy store
F C Dream on dream on teenage queen F C G7 C You should be a movie queen
F C He would marry her next spring G7 C Saved his money and bought a ring F C Then one day a movie scout G7 C Came to town to take her out F C Hollywood could offer more G7 C So she left the boy next door G7 C Working at the candy store
F C Dream on dream on teenage queen G7 C See you on the movie screen
F C Very soon she was a star G7 C Pretty house and shinning cars F C Swimming pool and a fence around G7 C But she missed her old home town F C All the world was at her door G7 C All except the boy next door G7 C Who worked at the candy store
F C Dream on dream on teenage queen G7 C Saddest girl we've ever seen
F C Then one day the teenage star G7 C Sold her house and all her cars F C Gave up all her wealth and fame G7 C Left it all and caught a train F C Do I have to tell you more G7 C She came back to the boy next door G7 C Who worked at the candy store
G7 C Now this story has some more G7 C You'll hear it all at the candy store
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many of us this classic takes us back in time, during the mid to late
1950's songs like this one was very popular, Johnny Cash had a huge hit
with it. Although it's not difficult to do, the easy chords have to be
changed quickly. Copy and paste Ballad Of A Teenage Queen lyrics and chords, it takes a bit of practice but you can learn it, have fun.