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Girls Women and
Ladies lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's
an excellent country song co-written and recorded by Ed Bruce.
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Girls Women and Ladies Recorded by Ed Bruce Written by Ed Bruce, Patsy Bruce, Ron Peterson
C F C There was only me and her and him F G7 The bar was giving last call so I thought I’d move on in C F C And I was slick and feeling like a man F So I took the stool between ‘em G7 C And ordered one more round for me and her and him
F C I placed my arm across the back of her bar stool F G7 And I don’t remember what I said but at the time it sounded cool C F C She pushed her drink away and never looked at me F She just paid her tab tipped the man G7 C And left me sitting there alone with him
F G7 C And he said there’s girls and there’s women and there’s ladies F G7 C There’s yeses and there’s no’s and there’s maybes F G7 C F There’s teasing and pleasing they start learning when they’re babies G7 C There’s girls there’s women and there’s ladies
F C Well he pushed his old straw hat back and he grinned F G7 And he said ain’t they all a mystery Sonny it’s a sin C F C But they’re all sitting on the world we’re trying to win F Ah but you know I love a mystery G7 C So let’s drink another round to you and me and them
F G7 C There’s girls and there’s women and there’s ladies F G7 C There’s yeses and no’s and there’s maybes F G7 C F There’s teasing and pleasing they start learning when they’re babies G7 C I love all girls and women and the ladies
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