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Arizona Star  Guy Clark

Arizona Star - Guy Clark
[C]It was in the town of [F] Nashville in th[C]e year of [G]75
[C]This Arizona star, s[F]he just fell out[C] of the sk[G]y
[C]She was shining like a[F] diamond, she had tombston[C]es in her [G]eyes
[C]She liked drinking she liked[F] smoking, she liked[G] dancing in the[C] aisles
[C]She was a primadonna, [F] pre-madonna, hard time s[C]outhern be[G]lle
[C]Man she should have be[F]en an actress oh she pla[C]yed the part so[G] well
[C]She might have been a [F]singer, but you really could[C]n't really[G] tell
[C]She was the Arizona[F] star and she was[G] born to give '[C]em hell
Chorus:
[Am]When your cool, the[G] sun shines all the time
[C]So she always kept her shades on t[Am]o keep from going blin[G]d
[Am]She was cool, She was[G] out there so far
[C]She was nothing less and nothing more than the[F] Arizona[G] Star
She had a girlfriend named George, George carried a sword
And wore purple tights an they hung out every night
Oh I'm talking bout a circus man, I'm talking bout three rings
And there was four or five clowns in a washing machine
Oh she never met a stranger least as far as I can tell
She was the Arizona Star and Jim McGuire he knew her well
She made real an oxymoron, she made mirrors she made smoke
She had a curve ball that wouldn't quit and a girlfriend for a joke
Chorus

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