Should've Asked Her Faster Ty England
In a little Danc[D]e Hall [G7]just outsi[D]de of Dallas
I dropped my drink w[G7]hen she came wa[A7]lking by
By [D]the tim[G7]e I got a grip
She sl[D]ipped[G] through my fingertips
and left m[E7]e with my big[A7] mouth open wide..
I should've asked her faster
But I wa[G7]ited too long
In a[A7] red hot minute
Like a fl[D]ash she was gone
[A7]I didn't ge[D]t her number
I never[G7] got her name
A [A7]natural disaster
I should'v[D]e asked her faster.
Verse 2: (same as Verse 1)
She was talking to a cowboy in the corner
My one last chance to ask her on the floor
And just when I got the nerve
I got just what I deserved
As I watched him waltzin her right out the door
W[G7]ell there she goes, I just missed
D[D]on't take no rocket scientist
To figur[G7]e out, when I go home
I'll[A] be going there all alone.