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Conway Twitty, Between Blue Eyes And Jeans Chords (ver.1)

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Between Blue Eyes And Jeans Chords (ver.1)

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                BETWEEN BLUE EYES AND JEANS
Performed by: Conway Twitty

Key of “D”

INTRO:   D  -A  -D

VERSE  ONE

(D)Some..where between

her blue eyes and jeans
              
there’s a(G)heart thats been broken                       

along with her (D)dreams

And tonight.she’s out dancin’

(G)drinkin’ and (D) thinkin'

healin’a feelin’

between (A) her blue eyes and (D) jeans.

VERSE TWO

(D)She looks just like an angel 

in a big o’le cloud of lonesome

re (G) flecting her memories 

round a golden wedding (D) ring

and tonight some dance-hall doctor

might break the(G) chains that (D) locked her

to that lonesome old feelin’

between (A)  her blue eyes and (D) jeans.

CHORUS

(G)Some..where between 

her(D) blue eyes and jeans

there’s a heart.thats been (A) broken

a (G)long with her (D)dreams

and (D)tonight some dance-hall doctor

might break the(G) chains that (D) locked her

to that lonesome old feelin’

between(A) her blue eyes and (D) jeans.


INSTRUMENTAL BREAK: same as intro


CHORUS REPEAT

(G)Some..where between 

her(D) blue eyes and jeans

there’s a heart.thats been (A) broken

a (G)long with her (D)dreams

and (D)tonight some dance-hall doctor

might break the(G) chains that (D) locked her

to that lonesome old feelin’

between(A) her blue eyes and (D) jeans.


TAGG

(D)She’s healin’a feelin’

between(A) her blue eyes and (D) jeans.


Study notes:
FIRST TWO LINES OF EACH CHORUS USES A WALKING BASS LINE AND THEN REVERTS TO
 NORMAL BASS LINE  FOR THE LAST TWO LINES..have fun with it Freddie Gsus. 
            
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