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Love And Theft - Angel Eyes Chords

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Angel Eyes Chords

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Love And Theft
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                Love And Theft - Angel Eyes

**Capo 1**

  Cadd9  G   D  Em7   
e|--3----3---2---3--|
B|--3----3---3---3--|
G|--0----0---2---0--|
D|--2----0---0---2--|
A|--3----2---x---2--|
E|--x----3---x---0--|

Intro: Cadd9 G D G x2

Cadd9       G      D        G
She likes whiskey with her water 
Cadd9          G             D        G
She starts dancing when the stars come out 
Cadd9          G             D        Em7
She ain't your typical preacher's daughter 
Cadd9          G             D        G
She'll leave you dreamin' yeah ain't no doubt 

**Chorus**

Cadd9          G             D        G
There's a little bit of devil in her angel eyes 
Cadd9          G             D        G
She's a little bit of heaven with a wild side 
Cadd9          G         D        Em7
Got a rebel heart a country mile wide 
Cadd9          G             D        G
There's a little bit of devil in her angel eyes 
Cadd9          G             D        G
A little bit of devil in her angel eyes 

Cadd9 G D G x2


(Same chords as first verse)

Saturday night she's rockin' out by the bonfire 
Foot hangin' from that tail gate and crankin' up the dial 
Come Sunday mornin' she'll be singing with the choir 
Drivin' me crazy with that kiss me smile 


(Chorus)


Em7                                         G
I can't stop wonderin' what it would feel like, to hold her all night 
Em7                           Cadd9                     D       
She's got that something, that sexy innocence, she must be heaven sent 

Cadd9 G D G x2

(Chorus to end)
            
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