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Ships lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very good country song recorded by Patty Loveless.
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Ships Recorded by Patty Loveless Written by Gretchen Peters
G Eddie had a few days comin' C So he took a Las Vegas jaunt D7 Out to the land of supply and demand G D7 Where you can get anything you want
G He wasn't lookin' for true love C No he didn't believe in that stuff D7 Eddie LeGrande was a hard workin' man G Who just needed a little good luck
C His shoes were a little worn G Em His hair was a little thin Am C Just another old sailor D7 G Waitin' on his ship to come in
Lily was a two time loser C Who said that love was just a roll of the dice D7 She acted real tough said once ain't enough G D7 For me I learned my lesson twice
G Deep in her heart lived a young girl C Dreamin' young girl's dream D7 And the young girl was who Eddie ran into G Over by the slot machines
C Her face was a little pale G Em Her dress was a little thin Am G Oh but lookin' at her was like C D7 G Watchin' his ship come in
Well he bought her a cup of coffee C With the quarters he meant to play D7 They went for a bite and they talked all night G D7 Till they said what they needed to say
G Then they found 'em an all night chapel C With a heart shaped honeymoon suite D7 And somewhere tonight in the neon light G Two hearts can't be beat
C And he's singin' a little song G Em She's grinnin' a little grin Am G And they're holdin' each other C D7 G Watchin' their ship come in
C Her face was a little pale G Em His hair was a little thin Am G But they're two young lovers C D7 G Watchin' their ship come in
Am G Just holdin' each other C D7 G Watchin’ their ship come in
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