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Sweet Charlotte Ann lyrics and chords are intended for your personal
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Sweet Charlotte Ann Recorded by The Statler Brothers Written by Don Reid
C Her first years three to six G7 Playin' house and pick up sticks C Along with little Charlie Card next door
And in the first and second grades G7 All her X and O's were made C On paper airplanes passed to Bobby Moore
F C From nine to eleven she teased poor Bill and Kevin G7 C And made them blush every chance she could F By the time she reached her teens C She'd made John Miller green G7 C G7 With jealousy just like you knew she would
C G7 Then the flowers started and she got woman hearted C And Snappy Simmons kissed her in his car G7 Harry Bill and Freddie all begged her to go steady C She told them all she'd go but not too far
F C She danced every dance and fought off every glance G7 C And was envied by every girl in town F She had stacks and stacks of letters C Class rings and high school sweaters G7 C And the longest line of broken hearts around
G7 Once she even got engaged to Henry Homer Page C A rich kid from New England coast G7 But at her twenty-one she had all her fun C And had kept the one thing that mattered most
F C Everybody had a part of Sweet Charlotte Ann G7 C She's that certain someone in the past of many a man F C They kissed her lips and held her hand and maybe touched her knee G7 C But the sweetest part of Charlotte Ann was always saved for me
G7 C Yeah the sweetest part was Charlotte's heart she saved it all for me
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