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I Don't Even Know Your Name Recorded by Alan Jackson Written by Andy Loftin, Ron Jackson, Alan Jackson
C I was sitting in a roadhouse down on Highway 41
You were wiping off some ketchup at a table that was done F I knew you didn't see me I was in a corner booth C Of course you weren't my waitress mine was missing her front tooth G7 So I flagged you down for coffee but I couldn't say a thing C G7 C But I'm in love with you baby and I don't even know your name
F I'm in love with you baby I don't even know your name C I've never been too good at all those sexual games F So maybe it's just better if we leave it this way C G7 C I'm in love with you baby and I don't even know your name
So I ordered straight tequila a little courage and shock
I asked you for a date and then I asked to tie the knot F I got a little wasted yeah I went a little far C But I finally got to hug you when you helped me to my car G7 The last thing I remember I heard myself say C G7 C I'm in love with you baby and I don't even know your name
The next thing I remember I was hearing wedding bells
Standing by a woman in a long white lacy veil F I raised the veil she smiled at me without her left front tooth C And I said where the hell am I and just who the hell are you G7 She said I was your waitress and our last name's now the same C G7 C Cause I'm married to you baby and I don't even know your name
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