So Round So Firm So Fully Packed
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So Round So Firm So Fully Packed Recorded by Ernest Tubb Written by Merle Travis, Cliffie Stone, Eddie Kirk
C D7 So round so firm so fully packed that's my gal G7 C So complete front to back that's my pal E7 Am E7 Am Toasted by the sun and I'm a son of a gun D7 If she don't make my five o'clock shadow G7 Come around at one
C D7 You can bet your boots had walked for miles through the snow G7 E7 Just to see her toothbrush smile they mentioned on the radio C If you don't think she's lot of fun D7 Just ask the man that owns one C G7 C So round so firm so fully packed that's my gal
D7 So round so firm so fully packed that's for me G7 C She's just like a money back guarantee E7 Am E7 Am Like a barfly goes for drink like the bobbysocks go for Frank D7 G7 And just like Jesse James he goes for money in the bank
C D7 From head to foot she's a perfect size she's a whiz G7 E7 Am Always wears her forty-five gun that is E7 Am She's got the looks that's so impressive D7 She's got the pause that's so refreshing C G7 C So round so firm so fully packed that's my gal
Am She's done told me that I'm top hand D7 Won't be long 'til she wears my brand C G7 C So round so firm so fully packed that's my gal
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