Greener Than The Grass We Laid On lyrics and chords
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by David Allan Coe.
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Greener Than The Grass We Laid On Written and recorded by David Allan Coe
C G7 F C I painted quite a picture for the girls in her hometown F C G7 And she was no exception to the rule C G7 F C Singin' all them songs about the places that I've been F Dm G7 Made a body feel just like a fool
C G7 F C She was like a paper bag that once had held the wine F C G7 Thrown without no caution to the wind C G7 F C I left her like the empty bottle lyin' on the ground F Dm G7 Swearin' I'd pick her up again
A#7 C F She was greener than the grass we laid on G7 C Underneath that Alabama sun A#7 C F A#7 I guess she should have known that ol' highway was my home G7 C F To-do-do to-do-do do-do-do
C G7 F C I said she was prettier than Paris in the rain F C G7 Lord I filled her full of gypsy lies C G7 F C Swearin' I'd be coming back to fetch her in the spring F Dm G7 Too ashamed to look her in the eye
C G7 F C She looked about as simple as the cotton dress I've torn F C G7 Sneakin' in her house at 3 a.m. C G7 F C Her momma liked to questioned me to death and I was sure F D7 G7 Her intuition told her where we'd been
A#7 C F She was greener than the grass we laid on G7 C Underneath that Alabama sun A#7 C F A#7 I guess she should have known that ol' highway was my home Gm C She should've never listened to my songs to my songs F She should've never listened to my songs A#7 Gm C F A#7 Gm C F To-do-do to-do-do do do-do-do to-do-do-to-do-do do-do-do A#7 Gm C do-do-do do-do-do
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