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Whatcha Gonna Do Now Recorded by Buck Owens Written by Tommy Collins
G C G Back in the country a few years ago A7 D7 There was sure a lot about the girls I didn't know G C G I wondered how to steal a kiss but I was so shy D7 G I wondered a million times every time I'd try
C What am I gonna do now well I don't know how G D7 G Girls started asking whatcha gonna do now
C G Well I was a gettin' sweet on the neighbor's daughter Lou A7 D7 She was cute and sassy and kinda bold too G C G She told me she'd show me what it's all about D7 G She was gonna teach me how to knock 'em out
C G Well holding hands and making eyes I learned in lesson one A7 D7 Lou was my teacher and school sure was fun G C G How to put my arms around came in lesson two D7 G She said now you're ready to learn somethin' new
C Whatcha gonna do now you gotta show me how G D7 G Oh don't keep me waiting whatcha gonna do now
C G I took her to the cake walk at the country school A7 D7 She was hangin' on to me and she wouldn't turn me loose G C G Girls started making eyes I guess it made Lou sore D7 G She took me to the moonlight said I gotta teach you more
C G Kisses by the dozens hugs to beat the band A7 D7 I yelled and I pleaded I’m just one little man G C G Lou was sure excited and need I tell you more
D7 G And then I saw a gleam that I ain't never saw before
C D7 Whatcha gonna do now uh wow how you do know how G Whatcha gonna do now
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