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Makeup And Faded Blue Jeans Written and recorded by Merle Haggard
C F In downtown Modesto I was workin' the Holiday Inn C G7 I was set with a gig that would last us though out the weekend C F I was singing a new song I wrote on the way into town C G7 C When she came in the front door I found her a place to sit down
F Hey I knew right away that she liked the words to my song C G7 Cause she stared at the guitar followed my fingers too long C F And she had the likeness of a girl I'd seen in a dream C G7 C But lights can do wonders with makeup and faded blue jeans
F And the last thing I needed was somebody messin' up my mind C G7 So I found a hundred reasons for lookin' away one more time C F She could cause me to sing bad and fall out of love with guitars C G7 C And to blow all my chances at bein' a big singin' star
F With one passin' glance I could tell she was young for her age C G7 Yeah she got to lookin' better as she got down closer to the stage C F And as she sipped on her wine I knew just the kind she would be C G7 C And somehow I knew she was here to do bad things to me
I was right she could cause me to sing bad F And fall out of love with guitars C G7 C And blow all my chances at bein' a big singin' star
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