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Alan Jackson, Buicks On The Moon Chords (ver.1)

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Buicks On The Moon Chords (ver.1)

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                | e | -----------------------| 
| B | -----------------------|
| G | -------0-0h2p0-----0---| 
| D | ---0h2---------0h2-----| 
| A | -----------------------| 
| E |------------------------|

 G                       C               G
How long will I love you I don't really know
    C                G        D
I'd like to think forever is how far we could go
  G                           C             G
So let me paint a picture of how it's gonna be
     C                 D             G
The day you don't mean everything to me

Chorus:
        D                          C                  G
When a nickel's worth a dollar and gold ain't worth a dime
          D                                C                 D
When they build a ship on waters that will take you back in time
          G                              C             Em
When the stars have all been counted and I stop lovin' you
       C                 D            G
Honey they'll be drivin' Buicks to the moon


G   C   Em

C   D   G

 G                       C               G
You don't have to worry about what comes to pass
    C                      G                D
This ol' world may wear out but my love's gonna last
 G                       C               G
If they ever build that highway to the moon
     C                 D             G
I'll just find somethin' else to promise you


          G                              C             Em
When the stars have all been counted and I stop lovin' you
       C                 D            G
Honey they'll be drivin' Buicks to the moon 
            
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