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Didn't She Really Thrill Them Recorded by The Oak Ridge Boys Written by Allan Chapman
C Em She sits there on her front porch every day at four o'clock C F Waving at the traffic that runs up and down the block G7 F G7 Her face and hands are wrinkled and her gray hair almost shines
Over fifty years have come and gone since she was in her prime
C Em A high school girl in blue jeans stops each Thursday afternoon C F They talk about life and love and phases of the moon G7 F G7 She lets the girl try on her gown she's kept for all these years
She talks about when she was young her old eyes filled with tears
F G7 C Didn't she really thrill them back in 1924 G7 C Young men fell in love with her when she came through the door F G7 C G7 Am Every dance has taken still they'd ask for just one more F G7 C Oh she stole their hearts away in 1924
Em She holds a photo album as she rocks there in her chair C F Here's the men she almost married they all look so debonair G7 F G7 She remembers all the faces and the night each one proposed
It makes her feel so young again as her old eyes slowly close
C Em The papers never said much when the old maid passed away C F For the man who drove the moving van it was just another day G7 F G7 The florist never understood when the young girl left the store
Just why she sent a wreath that said from the class of '24
Repeat #3 x2
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