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She's A Hottie Chords (ver.1)

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She's A Hottie Chords (ver.1)

Toby Keith
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                She’s A Hottie
Toby Keith

Drop D tuning

  D                                                              F
She's sittin' by the water where the river gets wide, 
  G                  
Think about swimming to the other side, 
  D                                    F
Got a "Marlboro" Red, and a can of cold "Bud"
  G
Toes squished down in the Arkansas mud, 
  D                         F
Hey Mister! Ya, I kissed her! 
  G
Son! You ought to see her sister!!!... 
  D                                                   F
You've got to give a little something to a cool dark cat, 
  G
Finding him a woman who could shake like that, 


[Chorus]
  D                       F           G
HOTTIE! She's a Hottie!!! Got a smokin' little body! 
  D                         F
String bikini and a barbed-wire tat
  G 
She's a rockin' that cowboy hat! 
   D                      F                   G
HOTTIE! She's a Hottie!!! and just a little bit naughty! 
   D                      F                   A          C     A       
Kayay digidigy, Kayay digidigy, yey HEY hey HEY... 


[Verse]
She's slappin' down a dam
Where the moss gets thick, 
A yellin' "YeeHaw!" she's a red-neck chick, 
Spittin' in the fire, puttin' on a show, struttin like a chicken to the radio, 
Hey Slick! She's a hick!!! 
Hmmm. and her buttermilk lipstick
Give a little something to a cool dark cat, 
Finding him a woman who could shake like that,

[Chorus] 

[Verse]
Dress her up boys, I took her from the farm, 
I brought her downtown, I hung her on my arm, 
You've got to give a little somethin' to a cool dark cat, 
Finding him a woman who could walk like that! 

[Chorus]

Singing Kayay digidigy, Kayay digidigy
Yey hey HEY hey HEY... 

(Instrumental Music)

Singing Kayay digidigy, Kayay digidigy, Yey HEY hey HEY...
            
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