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Brand New Kind of Actress  Jason Isbell

[F]You said you'd heard of me, so why are you so a[Bb]fraid
Some minor changes made, you missed the big par[F]ade
Another busy day, another Hollywood [Bb]sign
You missed the caution line and you just walked right [F]in[Bb]
You walked right [F]in[Bb]
There's a body there somebody you once knew
He took a liking to your conversation cues
The way you cut your hair, the time you did it yourself
You're like a hired help, the way you fit right in
The way you fit right
You're a [Gm]brand new [Bb]kind of [F]actress
You're a [Gm]brand new [Bb]kind of [F]actress
You're the [Gm]same old [Bb]stubborn [F]waitress
Baby you're a [Gm]brand new [Bb]kind of [F]actress
You swim the other way, you put your seat up strange
So many hopes and dreams, so many in-betweens
Your new reality, just make yourself at home
He's always watching me, he's never been alone
So you just walked right in
[F]A little greasy guy, I don't care what you [Bb]did
In 1965 before the wife and [F]kid
I'll leave my jacket on, so sorry I can't [Bb]stay
Just put the piece a[F]way[Bb]
Just put the piece away, let me call a cab
We'll go our separate ways, we'll go our separate ways
Just put the piece away, I don't care what you did
Back in younger days, just put the piece away
Put it away
I'm a brand new kind of actress
I'm a brand new kind of actress
I'm the same old stubborn waitress
Baby I'm a brand new kind of actress

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