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Lyle Lovett, She's No Lady Chords (ver.1)

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She's No Lady Chords (ver.1)

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                Lyle Lovett - She's No Lady 
in original key of G#,  90 beats per second

Ab7                              Ab7sus4                                       
 She hates my mama, she hates my daddy too.
              Ab7                    Ab7sus4                   
 She loves to tell me, she hates the things I do.
              Ab7                   C#9                       
 She loves to lie beside me, almost every night.
Ab7      Eb9            Ab7  Eb9                         
 She's no lady, she's my wife.

Verse 2:
Ab7                              Ab7sus4                       
 The preacher asked her, and she said, "I do."
              Ab7                  Ab7sus4                      
 The preacher asked me, she says, "He does too!"
              Ab7                           C#9              
 The preacher says, "I pronounce you ninety nine to life!
Ab7            Eb9             Ab7                        
 Man, she's no lady she's your wife!"

 I can't remember how I met her,
              Ab7                 A7          Ab7  
 Seems, she's always been hangin' here off my right arm,
 I can't remember how I ever,
              A7              Bb7                    Eb9                       
 Thought that I just couldn't live without a woman's charm.

Verse 3:                 
 Now, even though she likes the smell of that French perfume,                     
 And even though she walks around in them high-heeled shoes,                 
 All I know is that I'm the one that pays the price,              
 Man, she's no lady, she's my wife.

Repeat Bridge and Verse 1 to close!
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