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Don’t She Look
Good lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use, this is a
very good song by Bill Anderson. This is one you can easily learn to
play and sing, the chords are very simple.
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Don’t She Look Good recorded by Bill Anderson written by Jerry Chesnut C She was on her way out of your life when I found her G7 Not knowing which way to turn She's forgotten the feeling of two arms around her C But it didn't take her long to learn You had new worlds to conquer so you didn't want her C7 F Or anything cramping your style C But don't she look great in the new dress I bought her G7 C And don't she look good when she smiles Did you really think you were so all important G7 She couldn't get by on her own Did you really think losing you would destroy her C And that's why she kept hanging on She stuck to her promise and talked to her conscious C7 F She did all she could for a while C Then picked up the pieces and she started living G7 C Now don't she look good when she smiles Don't she look good in a new dress I bought her G7 And the new way that she wears her hair She's in a new world and she's not the same girl C She knows now that somebody cares You can't believe that the same girl you let go C7 F Could change so in this little while C But don't she look great in a new dress I bought her G7 C And don't she look good when she smiles C But don't she look great in a new dress I bought her G7 C And don't she look good when she smiles
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