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Baby Don't Get Hooked On Me Chords (ver.1)

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Baby Don't Get Hooked On Me Chords (ver.1)

Rascal Flatts
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                Baby Don't Get Hooked On Me
(if you know who wrote this, let me know)
Thanks are due to Larry tab of the Mac Davis version.   I added a few extra notes
and chords, but it's basically his.   Some of the lyrics are different, too.


INTRO: A D Dsus2 A D

A                        D
Girl you're getting that look in your eyes
Dsus2                 Asus2 A   Asus2  A
And it's starting to worry  me
A                     D
See I ain't ready for no family ties
       Dsus2         Asus2 A    Asus2 A
And no woman's gonna hurry me
F#m                         Bm     Bm/A          Bm     D
Just keep it friendly girl, 'cause I don't wanna leave
                                 Dsus2                 E
If you start clingin' to me, you know that I can't breathe


CHORUS:
A                    Bm       Bm/A   E                   A           Asus2  A
Baby baby don't get hooked on me,   baby baby don't get hooked on me
A                                  Bm      Bm/A     
'Cause I'll just use you and I'll set you free
E                    D     Dsus2  D
Baby baby don't get hooked on    me


You've been my hot lovin' woman
And it's hot where you've been touchin' me
And I can tell by your tremblin' lips
You've been seein' just a little too much of me
Now don't let your life get tangled up in mine
'Cause I'll just a-use you I can't take no clingin' vine


CHORUS


Chorus:
E                    C#m         
Baby baby don't get hooked on me, no no no
B                   E              Esus4
Baby baby don't get hooked on me
E                            C#m
I'll just love you then I'll set you free, set you free
B                    A     Asus2 A
Baby baby don't get hooked on    me
            
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