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Tracy Byrd - The First Step Chords

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The First Step Chords

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Tracy Byrd
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                The First Step (Alternate version)
Recorded by Tracy Byrd


NOTE 1:  matellmon deserves FULL credit for this.  All I did was add a capo and transpose his chords.

NOTE 2:  In the chorus where it goes E-F-F#-G and where it goes G-G#-A I use all bar chords.  
See the diagrams for G and A as bar chords.





Verse1:  	      A                                            D
  	  The lights were hot and the beer was not and the band was playin loud
  	      A                                     D
  	  the house was full but her eyes pulled me right across the crowd
  	          G                             D
  	  I said "How's a guy like me, to get to know you?"
  	  G                            A
  	  she said "Not so fast, let me show you"

Chorus:  	               D             E F  F#  G
  	  She said the first step...    is the two-step
  	  D                                                    G   G#   A
  	  I'm here to dance, nothing more, swing me round that hardwood floor
  	  D                           G
  	  if you want to run with me, crawl before you walk
  	      D                 A                   D
  	  the first step is the two-step then we'll talk

Verse2:  	     A                                D
  	  We sang along with every song & the room was spinning round
  	     A                                    D
  	  we danced in line she felt so fine & we hardly touched the ground
  	            G                         D
  	  so I said maybe we could make a reservation
  	           G                           A
  	  for some wine with candlelight and conversation


Outro:       A                                            D
  	  well first things first let's two-step then we'll talk
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