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After Texas lyrics and chords

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After Texas lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very pretty country song recorded by Darrell McCall.


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After Texas
Recorded by Darrell McCall
Written by Bucky Jones and James Martin Johnson

G D7
Where do you go after Texas
What do you do after Texas
G7 C Am
You’re just fooling yourself if you think there’s something else
D7 G
Cause there ain’t nothing left after Texas

I watched them changing the guard in old London and liked it
I’ve been up to my ears in that good German beer and I liked it
But whatever you got I’ve probably seen it
I don’t like to brag but neighbor I mean it
D7 G
There ain’t nothing out there that will halfway compare to Texas

Repeat #1

I’ve held wahines with hay on their hips and I liked it
I’ve kissed senoritas with hot fiery lips and I liked it
If there’s one thing for sure that makes this cowboy fall
It’s a soft Texas lady with a south Texas drawl
D7 G
If you know to be there then I’d rather crawl across Texas

Repeat #1 x3


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