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Guitar Polka lyrics and chords

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Guitar Polka lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a fun to do song recorded by Rosalie Allen with Chet Atkins.

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Guitar Polka
Recorded by Rosalie Allen with Chet Atkins
Written by James B. Harris and Al Dexter

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A cowboy rode one day down to old Monterey
G
Across the sleepy Rio Grande

He met a lovely gal a senorita pal
C
With eyes that seemed to understand

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While sweet guitars were softly playing
C
Across the floor they soon were swaying
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Me like a-you she kept on saying
C
As she would gently squeeze his hand

D7 G
She say me like to talk we take a little walk
C
She say me like to kiss

His heart would skip and miss
D7 G
T’was the nearest thing to heaven

D7 G
To have and hold her tight

Until the morning light
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T’was to sweet to last

But not of loves soon past
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He rode away from old Monterey
D7 G
And left her alone to pine

C G
He’s going back across the border
C
To see the gal of yesterday
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And they will dance the guitar polka
C G
When he returns to Monterey

Repeat last verse

C
When he returns to Monterey

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