She Can Put Her Shoes Under My Bed lyrics and chords
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Can Put Her Shoes Under My Bed lyrics and chords are intended for your
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by Johnny Duncan.
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She Can Put Her Shoes Under My Bed Recorded by Johnny Duncan Written by Aaron Schroeder
C F She can put her shoes under my bed anytime G7 C G7 Matter of fact she can move right into my life and stay
C F We became buddies a long time ago G7 C So I'm gonna tell ya something I think you should know F Now you don't recognize what's right before your eyes D7 G7 The best you've ever had you're gonna blow
C F You gotta girl who loves you she could never be untrue G7 C Well buddy let me say that's more than I can say for you F If giving her some happiness is messing up your plans D7 G7 I'll be more than happy to take her off your hands
C F I mean that she can put her shoes under my bed anytime G7 C G7 Anytime she's ready mmm it'll be okay C F She can have the key to my door anytime G7 C And she can move right into my life and stay
F Now you don't have to listen just keep doing what you do G7 C She's only one more hurt away boy from walking out on you F But if you want to keep her one thing you better know D7 G7 Once she gets to walking she won't have far to go
C F You know that she can put her shoes under my bed anytime G7 C G7 Anytime that woman's ready mmm it's more than okay C F She can have the key to my door anytime G7 C And she can move right into my house and stay
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