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She's So California Chords (ver.1)

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She's So California Chords (ver.1)

Gary Allan
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                Note:  This is as close as I can get it (its pretty close!!!) but there might be a C 
between the G major to Am chord
transition near the end of the verses and in the chorus, I can’t quite decide which way 
sounds best.  Play whatever works
for YOUR ears.  As near as I can tell, the song is in the key of G.

Intro: Em G Em G

G
She's a warm summer breeze with bleach blonde hair
                             C
Like a fine red wine she can take you there
        Am                  Em
She's a walk in the sand at sunset
          G
She's the top pulled down on the 405
C
She'll take you higher than Humboldt sky
            Am
She's an earthquake
               Em
And you're the fault line
             G        Am           G   D       C
So, when you feel the ground start movin' around
G       Am                    D
Hold on tight you're in for a ride


          Em            G
'Cause she's so California
        C                Am             D
She's a wild fire out of control headed for ya
         G       Am            Em           C
So, when you get burned, don't say I didn't warn ya
             D          Em          G    Em   G
'Cause she's so California


G
She's a black Mercedes on Laurel and Vine

She's a low cut dress
        C
She's a Hollywood sign
             Am               Em
She's a dead head on a Friday night
        G        Am  G         D           C
Oh, and she's so cool breaking all the rules
G       Am                     D
Rising star, she'll break your heart


Repeat Chorus

[Thanks to Trevor Carlson for tabs]
            
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