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Chris Ledoux, Copenhagen Angel Chords (ver.1)

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Copenhagen Angel Chords (ver.1)

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                Intro:  E (4 measures)

Verse 1:  
         E             B 
Well she rolls her own cigarettes with the 
A                E
work of just one hand.
E                     B
She acts mean and she cusses; 
  A                   E
I know she'd wish she were a man.
            E
She got her teeth knocked out by a 
B                       A     
bucking horse, and when I told her that
                 E
it made her look tough, 
      E                    B    
well, she just grinned and said "I like it that way", 
             A                      E
and then she loaded up her lip with snuff!

Chorus:
         B     B
She's my snuce queen.
         A                  E
She's my Copenhagen angel.
         B     B    
She's my Beech Nut honey.
         A                  E  
She's my Red Fox brush hog.

Verse 2:
Now she can ride a bareback horse and she can
really hook into a bull.
She never misses her saddle bronc out;
She rides it like a spurrin' fool.
And she can team rope with the best of them and
ties a calf in 9.3
Yeah, she dogs steers just for fun 
and'll make a fool out of you and me.

Repeat Chorus

Bridge:
          A                     E
Oh well a buckle polisher she's dang sure not.
    B                E 
She holds her own in all the tough spots.
        A            E
Chasin' cowboys just ain't her style.
     F#m                                    B
It's winning the prize money that makes her smile!

Verse 3:
Well she's got a plug in both her cheeks and she's
got Copenhagen in her lip.
She's got a roll your own stuck between her teeth
and I've never ever seen her spit.

Repeat Chorus (2X) 
            
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