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You Oughta See
Pickles Now lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only,
it's a fun to do country song recorded by Tommy Collins.
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You Oughta See Pickles Now Recorded by Tommy Collins Written by Dick Reynolds
G D7 Now when I was a little boy there lived next door to me G A little girl called Pickles just as mean as she could be D7 Now she ate pickles all day long she didn't care what kind G And she got so mad when I asked her if she grew on a pickle vine
C G But gee oh golly you oughta see Pickles now D7 G When she walks by I look and sigh all I can say is wow C G Here of late I got an awful urge to hang around D7 G Oh gee oh golly you oughta see Pickles now
D7 Now she'd stick out her tongue at me and call me awful names G And the way I hated Pickles then it was a terrible shame D7 One day I got so awful mad I tore her playhouse down G She told on me and I got it bad in the place where I sit down
D7 Now time has rolled so swiftly by and my how things have changed G Pickles is a big girl you can bet I’m not the same D7 Last night out on her front porch she gave me a little kiss G And all that I could say right then was boy I do like this
C G Oh gee oh golly you oughta see Pickles now D7 G When she walks by I look and sigh all I can say is wow C G Now I realize that she's the sweetest thing around D7 G Oh gee oh golly you oughta see Pickles now
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