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I Still Like Bologna Written and recorded by Alan Jackson
G There's satellite communications D7 Long distance internet relations C G D7 The world's a little faster every day G I know it's all well and good D7 And I don't embrace it like I should C G D7 But I wouldn't wanna go backwards even if I could
C G D7 G But I still like Bologna on white bread now and then C G D7 And the sound of a whippoorwill down a country road C G Em C The grass between my toes and that sunset sinking low D7 G D7 And a good woman's love to hold me close
G I like my fifty inch HD plasma D7 Feels like they just reach out and grab you C G D7 Five hundred channels at my command G I finally gave in and got a cell phone D7 That I hardly ever seem to turn on C G D7 I guess I never had that much to say
G I got a laptop that sits on a desk D7 I don't use it much except to check on C G D7 Some ole car from yesterday G I kinda like that music thing D7 You just download 'em and you can save about C G D7 Every song that's ever been made
Well I guess what I've been trying to say D7 This digital world is okay C G D7 It makes life better in a lot of ways G But it can't make the smell of spring D7 Or sunshine or lots of little things C G D7 We take for granted every day
C D7 G Yeah Bologna a woman's love and a good cell phone
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