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My Little Town Chords (ver.1)

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My Little Town Chords (ver.1)

Meredith Brooks
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By Meredtith Brooks

Intro D   D   G  C
Verse 1
D
We lock the doors at night
D
All the sirens scream
G
I don't drive my car
C
Insurance is too high
D
I live here in the city
D
My hometown's far away
G
I workout with concrete
C
I don't drive my car
D
The stars come out at night
D
You see them on the strip
G
Everybody arms themselves
C
There's no other place like this
D
I'll never leave this
D
Small town girl behind
       G
The place where I come from
    C
Is with me all the time

ref.
D
Oh, you could walk the streets
              G
When the sun goes down
     C
In my little town
D
You don't need defenses
               G
When the sun goes down
    C
In my little town

Verse 2
D
Back home on the street
D
After 10 at night
G
Mrs. Avery walks her dog
C
Checks to see what's going on
D
She doesn't lock the door
D
She lives here in good health
G
You don't hear the horn
C
When Mrs. Avery walks her dog
D
All I ever wanted
D
Was a view of city lights
G
Break away from here
G
Leave behind the quiet nights
D
Spend half your life
D
Trying to make a change
G
Then the other half
C
Trying to get back again

Ref.
D
Oh, you could walk the streets
              G
When the sun goes down
     C
In my little town
D
You don't need defenses
              G
When the sun goes down
    C
In my little town

Bridge.
C                      G
Look down the road
                  D
Look at the highway
C
Look past the fences
                 G
Look at the faces
                                               A
What do you have on the other side?

SOLO

yeah yeah yeah, a bunch of times

Ref.
D
Oh, you could walk the streets
               G
When the sun goes down
     C
In my little town
D
You don't need defenses
               G
When the sun goes down
    C
In my little town


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