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Presley Elvis, Theres A Honky Tonk Angel Chords (ver.1)

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Theres A Honky Tonk Angel Chords (ver.1)

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                There's A Honky Tonk Angel
Elvis Presley


D            E		       A  
When was the last time you kissed me

      D            E             A
and I don't mean a touch now and then

	    D                   E            A
It's been a long time since you felt like my woman

	 D              E              A
And even longer since I felt like your man



   D          E              A
So tell me if you think it's over 

	 B              B7         E
and I'll leave it up to you how it ends

               D		     E            A
And if there's someone who wants the love you can give him

	       D            A            E            A
Well there's a honky tonk angel who'll take me back in



D        A         E        A


           D        E          A
We've been livin' a lie for so long now 

         D           E            A
how much more do you think we can stand

           D              E               A
There's an old friend out there and she's waiting

           D          E          A  
Lord she's happy just holding my hand



   D          E              A
So tell me if you think it's over 


         B              B7         E
and I'll leave it up to you how it ends


	  D               E            A
And if he still wants the love you can give him

               D          A            E            A
Well there's a honky tonk angel who'll take me back in

               D          A            E            A		D
Yeah there's a honky tonk angel who'll take me back in




"Here I lie
Where I could die
And never miss
Another sustaining kiss"
~CDS
            
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