the chair George Strait
[G] Well, excus[Gsus2]e [G]me, but I[Gsus2] think you've[G] got my
[Am7]chair. No, that[C/D] one's not taken; I don't [D7]mind if you sit [G]here.
I'll be g[Am]lad to share[D7]. Yeah, it's u[Gsus2] - su[G]ally packed here
on[G] Friday nights[Am7].
Oh, if you[C/D] don't mind, could I talk[D7] you out of a light.
Well, thank[Gsus2] [G]you, could I [Gsus2] drink [G]you a buy?[Am]
Oh, [D7]listen to me. What I mean[Am7] is can I buy you a drink?[D7]
Anyt[G]hing you please. [Am] [D7] Oh, you're wel[Gsus2] - [G]come. Well, I [Gsus]
don't think [G]I caught your name.[Am]
Are you wai[C]ting for some[Bm]one to meet[Am] you here? Well[E7/G#], that
makes [Am]two of us; [D7] glad you ca[G]me.
No, I don't[Am7] know the name of the band,[C/D] but they're good
aren't[G] they? Would you like to dance? Yeah, I like[Am7] the song too,
it reminds[C/D] me of you and me, b[G]aby. Do you think there's a chance
that[Am] later on I could[D7] drive you home?
No, [G]I don't min[G/F#]d at all.[Em]
Oh, [C]I like you too[Bm], and to tel[Am]l you the trut[E7/G#]h, that [Am]wasn't
my chai[D7]r after all[Gsus2] [G] [Am/G] [G]
Oh, [C]I like you too[Bm], and to tell[Am] you the tru[E7/G#]th, that [Am]wasn't
my chai[D7]r after all.[Gsus2] [G] [Am/G] [G]
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