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She's All Lady Chords (ver.1)

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She's All Lady Chords (ver.1)

Jamey Johnson
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                She's All Lady by Jamey Johnson

Intro (D)   (A)   (G)   (A) 

Verse 1
Yeah I (D) saw you watchin' me tonight, from (A) across the room
I appreci-(G)-ate the drink, that was (A) nice of you.
Thanks for (D) comin' out to see me, I hope you (A) like the show
Yeah that's (G) right, I settled down about six (A) months ago (F#m)
No (Bm) she aint here (A) tonight, she stayed at (G) home
Yeah it (D) sure does get lonely, (A) out here on the road

Chorus 1
By (G) lookin' in your eyes, I can (F#) tell what's on your mind
Yeah I'd (Bm) love to drive you (A) home and hold your (G) body close to mine
You're (D) everything a man could dream of (A) baby
You're all (G) woman, (A) but she's all (D) lady         (A)

Verse 2
I (D) met her at a Baptist church in (A) Tennessee
She was lookin' (G) for someone, I was prayin' (A) it was me
No she (D) never thought she'd fall in love with a (A) guitar man
Ah it (G) took some gettin' used to, but she does the (A) best she can (F#m) 
No (Bm) she don't like to (A) stay at home a-(G)-lone
No I (D) don't need your number, she's prob'ly  (A) waitin' by the phone

Chorus 2
By (G) lookin' in your eyes, I can (F#) tell what's on your mind
Yeah I'd (Bm) love to drive you (A) home and hold your (G) body close to mine
You're (D) everything a man could dream of, (A) baby
You're all (G) woman, (A) ahhh but she's all (D) ladyyyy (A) yyyyyahhy (G)     (A) 

Verse 3
No (Bm) it aint you Lord (A) knows you're a (G) sight
Yeah I (Bb) prob'ly could but (A) I could never (G) make believe it's (Bm) right
I'd rather (D) be alone and I know that sounds (A) crazy
Cause you're all (G) woman, (A) but she's all (D) lady    (A) 

You're all (G) woman, (A) but she's my (D) lady
            
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