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Lady Down on Love  Alabama


Lady Down on Love
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*Capo 1
Intro: | A | C#m | D | E | E
It's her [A]first night on the town, since [C#m]she was just 18.
A [D]lady down on love, and [E]out of hopes and dreams.
The [A]ties that once bound her, [C#m]now are broke away away.
And [D]she's just like a baby, [E]learning how to [A]play.
She never thought that love, could ever end so soon.
Her mind drifts back in time, to a mid-summer moon.
When he ask her to marry, and she gladly said OK.
And a woman came to be, from the girl of yesterday.
Now [A]she's a [C#m]lady, [D]down on [A]love.
S[A]he needs som[C#m]ebody, to g[D]ently pick her [A]up.
S[F#m]he's got her fr[C#m]eedom, but she'd [D]rather be [A]bound.
To a [D]man who would love her, [E]and never let her [A]down.
*No Capo
*You can change the key other ways, this is just easiest for me.
W[C]ell I know the lady, that's [Em]down on her love.
Cause [F]I used to hold her, and [G]have that special touch.
But [C]work took me away, [Em]from home late at night.
And [F]I wasn't there, when [G]she turned out the lights.
Then [C]both of us got lonely, and [Em]I gave into lust.
And [F]she just couldn't live, with a [G]man she couldn't [C]trust.
Now [C]she's a [Em]lady, [F]down on [C]love.
S[C]he needs some[Em]body, to [F]gently pick her [C]up.
S[Am]he's got her f[Em]reedom, but she'd [F]rather be [C]bound.
To a [F]man who would love her, [G]and never let her [C]down.
C Em F C | C | Em | F | C |
Now she's a lady.... Down on love.

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