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Honey Would You Stand By Me Chords (ver.1)

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Honey Would You Stand By Me Chords (ver.1)

Kenny Chesney
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                           Honey Would You Stand By Me

                                       written by: Kenny Chesney
                                                   Bob McDill

                                 performed by Kenny Chesney on "All I Need To
                                                                      Know"

[Intro]
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 1.If I quit my job for the simple life
    C                D       G
   Honey would you stand by me
         G
   If I bought a little cabin on a mountain side
    C                D       G
   Honey would you stand by me

                   C           G
C1.Would you be my one true friend
     G                     C         G
   Stick with me through thick and thin
           G                             C
   If the roof was old and the rain came in
    C                D       G
   Honey would you stand by me


 2.If I tried my luck in Hollywood
   Honey would you stand by me
   If my break never came like I thought it would
   Honey would you stand by me

C2.Would you be my heart of gold
   Never complain when the money was low
   If your coat was thin and your shoes were old
   Honey would you stand by me

 3.And if I joined up with the rodeo
   Honey would you stand by me
   If we traveled around from show to show
   Honey would you stand by me

C3.Would you be a cowboy's dream
   Smile right on if times got lean
   If you didn't have nothing but boots and jeans
   Honey would you stand by me


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