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How'd I Wind Up In Jamaica Recorded by Tracy Byrd Written by Michael Heeney and Casey Beathard
G D7 G Sign said cold beer I pulled in there D7 G Pulled up a chair to have just one D7 G Now my head hurts got this sun burn C D7 G Oh what on earth have I done
C G How'd I wind up in Jamaica D7 G Washed up like some lost cast away C Bm E7 How did one round of beer lead to me laying here Am D7 G On this bed of sand in Montego Bay
D7 G Hey don't I know you ain't you the girl who D7 G I was talking to back at the bar D7 G Your dress was light green and I had on blue jeans C D7 G Tell me what's it mean when we don't know where we are
C G How'd I wind up in Jamaica D7 G Was it your wild hair or was it mine C Bm E7 Oh I barely remember you cussing December Am D7 G As you passed me that salt and the lime
D7 G It's been a year now we're still here now D7 G All settled down might not go back again D7 G Like a couple of beach bums we hardly work much C D7 G Still ask each other every now and then
C G How'd we wind up in Jamaica D7 G Was it your wild hair or was it mine C Bm E7 Oh who cares it don't matter we're happy ever after
Am D7 G Now pass me that salt and the lime
C G Got it made here in Jamaica D7 G Wouldn't have it any other way C Bm E7 To this day it ain't clear all I know is we're here Am D7 G On this bed of sand in Montego Bay
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