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Down Home Girl  The Rolling Stones

Down Home Girl chords
The Rolling Stones 1964 (Leiber/Butler)
[G]G [C]G7[C7] 2x
[G]Lord I swear the [G7]perfume you wear
Was [G]made out of turnip [G7]greens[(G/G/G7)]
And [G]everytime I [G7]kiss you girl
It [G]tastes like [G7]pork and beans[(C/C/C7)]
[C]Even though you're [C7]wearin' them
[C]Citified high [C7]heels[(G/G/G7)]
[G]I can tell by your [G7]giant step
You been [G]walkin' through the cotton [G7]fields
[D7]Oh, you're [C]so [C7]down [G]home [G7]girl
[G]Everytime you [G7]monkey child
You [G]take my breath a[G7]way[(G/G/G7)]
And [G]everytime you [G7]move like that
I [G]gotta get [G7]down and pray[(C/C/C7)]
[C]Don't you know that [C7]dress of yours
Was [C]made out of fiber[C7]glass[(G/G/G7)] ?
And [G]everytime you [G7]move like that
I [G]gotta go to Sunday [G7]mass
[D7]Oh, you're [C]so [C7]down [G]home [G7]girl
[D7]Oh, you're [C]so [C7]down [G]home [G7]girl
I'm [G]gonna take you to the [G7]muddy river
And [G]push you [G7]in [(G/G/G7)]
[G]Just to watch the [G7]water roll on
[G]Down your velvet [G7]skin[(C/C/C7)]
I'm [C]gonna take you back to [C7]New Orleans
[C]Down in Dixie[C7]land[(G/G/G7)]
I'm [G]gonna watch you do the [G7]second line
With an [G]umbrella in your [G7]hand
[D7]Oh, you're [C]so [C7]down [G]home [G7]girl
[G]I'm with ya baby[(G/G/G7)]
You're so down home[(C/C/C7)]
[G7]Ow! Yeah, too much
Outta sight
You're so down home girl [(G/G/G7)] . . . . .

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