I Ain't Never Seen No One Like You lyrics and chords
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I Ain't Never Seen No One Like You Recorded by George Strait Written by Roger Springer, Bruce Bouton, Mark Chesnutt
G Am D7 I've traveled through lots of places G Am D7 Seen lots of folks and lots of faces G Am D7 G Even settled down a time or two Am D7 I've worked the farms I've been to town G Am D7 Guess you could say I've been around G Am D7 G But I ain't never seen no one like you
B7 Em I can tell by your smile you don't believe a word I say A7 D7 You're thinkin' I'll just stay a while then be on my way G Am D7 But girl I think it's fair to warn ya G Am D7 I've done been to California G Am D7 G I ain't never seen no one like you
Am D7 I knew girl in Mississippi G Am D7 Had twenty different ways to kiss me G Am D7 G Never found a thing she couldn't do Am D7 Hey I even knew some twins in Denver G Am D7 Stayed with them one cold December G Am D7 G I ain't never seen no one like you
C G E7 East to west north to south A7 D7 You're the very best girl there ain't no doubt G Am D7 I'm tellin' you you're really something G Am D7 The way you got my heart a jumping G Am D7 G I ain't never seen no one like you
Am D7 Girl I think it's fair to warn ya G Am D7 I've done been to California G Am D7 G I ain't never seen no one like you
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