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Jesse Woods - Ugly Dress Chords

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Ugly Dress Chords

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Jesse Woods
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                [Intro]
Em, Am, D7, G (all with bass note)

[Verse 1]
Em        Am                  D7                     G
I saw you at the picture show wearin’ that dress you never liked.
Em            Am                        D7                 G
You know, the one I bought for you with purple flowers and green pinstripes.
Em     Am         D7           G
I know it’s ugly, that’s why I bought it for you.
Em        Am                 D7                G
It needed natural beauty.  A pretty girl would only do.

[Pre-Chorus]
C                        Am
Where's that dress now?  Pull it out for the sunshine.
C                        Am
Where's that smile now?  Let it out.  In the meantime…

[Chorus]
G       C          Am           D7
I’ll be waiting in northern California for ya. [x4]

[Verse 2]
Em          Am          D7                 G
I heard you had a story told by a girl you never liked.
Em           Am                        D7                    G
I know she’s not the sweetest, but she made me coffee in the late, late night.
Em           Am              D7                   G
At least she calls me back.  That's nothing you’d ever do.
Em           Am                    D7                        G
At least she takes her chances.  I know, ‘cause I’ve counted all her tattoos.

[Pre-Chorus]
C                        Am
Where's that dress now?  Pull it out for the sunshine.
C                        Am
Where's that smile now?  Let it out.  In the meantime…

[Chorus]
G       C          Am           D7
I’ll be waiting in northern California for ya. [x4] (End on Gmaj7)            
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