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The Steal Of The Night Recorded by George Strait Written by Blake Mevis, Bill Shore, David Wills
C G7 The band had just started when they walked in the door C He sat her at a table and strolled out on the floor F He grabbed the first sweet thang that gave him the eye C G7 C And left the door open for the steal of the night
G7 Three dances later she was still in her chair C He was still on the dance floor like he didn't care F So I eased on over there was no ring in sight C G7 C And I found myself facin' the steal of the night
F She was the steal of the night C Oh yeah she was the steal of the night G7 Her long hair flowing and her jeans so tight C I held her close and it felt so right
F She was the steal of the night C Oh yeah she was the steal of the night G7 He left her lonely and the pickings were right C She was the steal of the night
G7 We danced every slow one the band could play C Was it ever this easy for ol' Jesse James F Had the gold in my hands and the banker was blind C G7 C Just inches away from the steal of the night
G7 When the band stopped playing we walked to the car C As I closed the door he ran out of the bar F Saw him shakin' his fist under the parkin' lot light C G7 C As I strolled away with the steal of the night
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