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Tim Wilson - Back When Country Was Ugly Chords

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Back When Country Was Ugly Chords

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                BACK WHEN COUNTRY WAS UGLY
Tim Wilson
(Wilson/Simpson)
2000, Capitol Records

Intro:
(G) (D7) (G)

I liked (G) country better (D7) back when it was (G) ugly
Girls never threw panties at (D7) David Allen (G) Coe (G7)
Women (C) never said Willie had a (G) cute butt
(C) Waylon didn't have to hide a (G) beer gut
And (C) record execs told Johnny Paycheck
To (A) shove his vide(D7)o 

I liked (G) country better (D7) back when it was dog-(G)-ugly
Nobody ever called Hank (D7) Jr. a pretty (G) thang (G7)
Back when (C) Neal McCoy was still (G) wettin' the bed
And (C) Conway Twitty had a (G) helmet head
And the (C) best lookin' man in Nashville
Was a (A) fellow named K.D. (D7) Lang

I liked (G) country better (D7) back when it was (G) ugly
Back when Lyle Lovett was con(D7)sidered a handsome (G) man (G7)
Back when (C) all the great stars all (G) dressed like hell
(C) Rhinestones runnin' on a (G) Duracel
(C) Back when Tanya Tucker was a (A) big Glen Campell (D7) fan

I liked (G) country better (D7) back when it was highly (G) unattractive
Talkin' back in the George (D7) Jones, flat-top (G) days
When no(C)body could compete with Dolly (G) Parton's wig
(C) And her boobs weren't (G) this damned big
And the (C) boys in the band all looked like 
They've been (A) hit with the ugly (D7) bus
I liked (G) country better (D7) back when it looked like (G) us (C)
I liked (G) country better (No Chord) back when it looked like (G) me

Spoken: "and that is butt-ugly"


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