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He Went To Paris lyrics and chords

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He Went To Paris
Recorded by Waylon Jennings
Written by Jimmy Buffett

G C G
He went to Paris lookin' for answers to questions that bothered him so
C D7
He was impressive young and aggressive savin' the world on his own
C G C D7
Warm summer breezes French wines and cheeses put his ambition at bay
G
The summers and winters scattered like splinters
C D7 G
And four or five years slipped away


He went to England played the piano
C G
And married an actress named Kim

They had a good life she was a good wife
C D7
And bore him a young son named Jim
C G
All of the answers and all of the questions
C D7
He locked in his attic one day
G
Cause he liked the quiet clean country livin'
C D7 G
And twenty more years slipped away


War took his baby bombs killed his lady
C G
And left him with only one eye

His body was battered his whole world was shattered
C D7
All he could do was just cry
C G
While the tears were fallin' he was recallin'
C D7
Answers that he never found
G
So he hopped him a freighter skidded the ocean
C D7 G
And left England without a sound


Now he lives on the islands fishes the pilin'
C G
And drinks his green label each day

Writin' his memoirs losin' his hearin'
C D7
But he don't care what most people say
C G
After eighty-six years of perpetual motion
C D7
If he likes you he'll smile and say
G
There was some of the magic lot of it tragic
C D7 G
But I had a good life all the way

C D7 G
He went to Paris lookin' for answers to questions that bothered him so

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