Blue Dogs

 Well the first time, that I ever saw her
 I picked her up, in my Chevy Malibu.
 Goin' to the grocery, for her mother
 For a loaf of bread, and a Pepsi Cola too.     

Verse 2:

Well she got in, and she rolled down the window

I said man turn it up! I love that country tune.

She was wearin' the finest, rabbit skin halter

I was overcome, by the smell of her perfume.

 But then I saw her, standing at the alter
mmm hmm, Of everlasting life.
 Standin' there, with a boy named Walter
He was expecting her to be his wife.
Little did I, know my heart was breakin'
And I could not, say a thing.
Then the preacher, posed the final question
A N/C Dsus->(D G D A D)* x4
Then I heard, those church bells ring.

Instrumental/Solo (over chorus)*

Verse 3:

Well she was young, and so kind-hearted

That she wrecked my world, and she left me with the blues.

She called me sugar, and I knew that when we parted

I knew just what I was gonna do.

Instrumental/Solo (over chorus)*

 Well I got my nerve up, I beat a path to her momma's     
 Slingin' gravel in my Chevy Malibu.
 When I pulled up to the driveway, the next thing that I knew         
G G A Dsus->(D G D A D)*
There was a string of soup cans tied to Walter's B...M...W!

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