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After 17 lyrics and chords

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After 17 lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very good country song written and recorded by Alan Jackson.

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After 17
Written and recorded by Alan Jackson

C G7
Her right hand closed the front porch door
F G7
Suddenly a child no more
C G7
All the ribbons all the bows
F G7
In a box now on her closet floor
Am G7
Anxious for what's to come
F G7
Afraid to leave a place she loves

Am G7
She's not a woman not a girl
F G7
Trying to find her place in this crazy world
Am G7
Meet a lover make a friend
F G7 D7
And try and figure out what this life really means
G7 C
After 17

G7
Broken hearts and rusted dreams
F G7
Sometimes make it hard to leave
C G7
And certainty is out of reach
F G7
Even with some self belief
Am G7
So she bites her lip and shows a smile
F G7
Flips her hair and flaunts her style

repeat #2

G7
Her memories she stowed away
F G7
Pulls them out on rainy days
C G7
And brand new faces take their place
F G7
Beside the ones that never fade
Am G7
She's strong and fragile weak and smart
F G7
Whatever the cost she plays the part

Repeat #2

G7
Her right hand closed the front porch door
F G7 C
And suddenly a child no more

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