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very nice song recorded by Ricky Nelson. The chords are not so
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Garden Party written and recorded by Ricky Nelson
C F C F I went to a garden party to reminisce with my old friends C G7 Am F G7 C A chance to share old memories and play our songs again F C F When I got to the garden party they all knew my name C F G7 C No one recognized me I didn't look the same
F G7 C But it's all right now F G7 C I learned my lesson well F C You see you can't please everyone F G7 C So you got to please yourself F G7 C F G7 La la la la la la la la
C F C F People came from miles around everyone was there C G7 Am F G7 C Yoko brought her walrus there was magic in the air F C F And over in the corner much to my surprise C F G7 C Mr. Hughes hid in Dylan's shoes wearing his disguise
C F C F Played them all the old songs thought that's why they came C G7 Am F G7 C No one heard the music we didn't look the same F C F I said hello to Mary Lou she belongs to me C F G7 C When I sang a song about a honky-tonk it was time to leave
C F C F Someone opened up a closet door and out stepped Johnny B. Goode C G7 Am F G7 C Playing guitar like a ringing a bell and looking like he should F C F If you gotta play at garden parties I wish you a lotta luck C F G7 C But if memories were all I sang I rather drive a truck
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