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Cars Recorded by John Conlee Written by Bob McDill and Dickey Lee
C G7 Am G7 She was sittin' on a car lot looking like a dream F G7 C Underneath a string of lights G7 Am C A 49 model and I was sixteen F G7 C But I knew it was love at first sight
Am C Then the man said son I'll make you a deal F C G7 And I knew I had to make her mine C G7 Am C I held my breath and slid behind the wheel F G7 C It was my very first time
G7 F C Cars just motors and wheels F C G7 Rubber and glass and steel F C G7 Am Still I think back over the years F C G7 And it sounds strange I suppose F G7 C But it's cars I remember most
G7 F G7 She was parked on the street by the First Baptist Church F G7 C As we ran down the steps hand in hand G7 F G7 My brand new Chevy waiting there at the curb F G7 C And we waved to the crowd and got in
Am G7 C Well the miles went by and so did the years F C G7 And I thought that we were doing alright C G7 F G7 Till she packed up the kids and picked up the keys F G7 C And just drove away one night
G7 Am G7 Well the years have gone by and a lot of thing changed F G7 C I hardly see the kids any more G7 Am C Took a new job and I moved to LA F G7 C And bought me a two seater Porsche
Am C There's lots of pretty girls out here and you know F C G7 I could be doing alright C G7 Am G7 But mostly at night I just drive up the coast F G7 C And look at the city lights
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