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I Like Girls lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only,
it's a very good country song recorded by Porter Wagoner.
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I Like Girls Recorded by Porter Wagoner Written by Cy Coben
C I like girls I like girls G7 I like their ribbons and I like their curls
I like 'em cause they're soft and sweet C I like to watch 'em on the street C7 F I like their hair and when they wear that perfume on their clothes C G7 C Do I like girls oh I like girls and I don't care who knows
G7 C I used to hunt a fish till I kissed a girl and wow D7 G7 Makin' love to them well that's my hobby now C G7 I like girls I like girls they're like diamonds they're like pearls C I like to date 'em every night I like to hug and squeeze 'em tight C7 F When I crush 'em in my arms they cuddle up and coo C G7 C Do I like girls do I like girls you bet your life I do
I like girls I like girls G7 I like their ribbons and I like their curls
They're so sweet and they're so shy C When they kiss me I could die C7 F When they giggle and when they wiggle they thrill me with their charms C G7 C I like girls I like girls especially in my arms
G7 C When I was just a kid kissin' girls with sissy stuff D7 G7 But now that I've grown up I just can't get enough C G7 Oh I like girls I like girls I like to give 'em all a whirl C Blondy redhead or brunet I like any kind they get C7 F Sunday I will kiss 'em all that's part of my big plan C G7 C I like girls and the girls like me and I'm a lucky man
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