I Guess I Had A Real Good Time Last Night
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by Moe Bandy.
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I Guess I Had A Real Good Time Last Night Recorded by Moe Bandy Written by Carl Belew and Van Givens
C F I woke up this morning feeling like I never felt before G7 C My head aches my eyes are red and I hurt places I ain't hurt before F Though I don't remember I really don't believe I had a fight G7 C But I've got all the sentence so I guess I had a real good time last night
F When I opened my eyes I can't believe the first thing that I see G7 C A woman who's a stranger layin' there and starin' back at me F She said hello honey did she ask me if I'm gonna be alright G7 C It's then I knew without a doubt I had myself a real good time last night
F C I don't know how or where I went and I should don't remember what I done F D7 G7 But by the way she's smilin' now I really must have had a lot of fun C F If I can just recall her name I'm almost sure the things will be alright G7 C I'm telling you it must be true I had myself a real good time last night
F It must've been just step to ten when she finally got me out of bed G7 C I had a small construction crew working with the chain saw in my head F Then I saw in my left hand a wedding band shining in the light G7 C It was then I realized I had myself a real good time last night
G7 C It was then I realized I had myself a real good time last night
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