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Waffle House Booth  Truckstop Honeymoon

Truckstop Honeymoon - Waffle House Booth
Tabbed by Danny Halstead
Intro: Strum blocked strings
Verse 1:
(Continue to strum blocked strings until 5th line of Verse 1)
You said that you like me babe,
I knew it was the truth
We got thrown out of the waffle house
for makin' out in the booth
[D]The Waitress took our order
Two eggs scrambled, holes & grits
[A]hash browns scattered smothered
"that all?" - "Yeah that's it"
[E]Maybe it was the coffee
Maybe half and half
[A]All your lines were workin' on me
All your jokes made me laugh
[E]When you said you like me
I knew it was the truth
[A]We got thrown out of the Waffle House
for ma[G]kin' out in the bo[A]oth
Verse 2:
[D]we put a dollar in the juke box
picked some Otis and some Ray
[A]We didn't even notice
the waitress clear them plates away
And your [E]hair smelled of fried bacon
when your lips touched mine
and the co[A]ffee refills kept coming
flowing like wine -> CHORUS then SOLO
[C]The Manager came over
[E]Sent us on our way
[C]We had money in the juke box
[E]Two songs left to play
[C]We begged and we pleaded
[E]but she would not let us stay
Hey Hey H[A]ey!
Verse 3:
[A]Now the thing about the waffle house
Is that they're the same everywhere
It don't matter where you go now
they got that special atmsophere
[E]I don't know what keeps us coming back
But it sure ain't the food
[A]Maybe it's that yellow post
that puts us in the mood -> CHORUS
We get th[A]rown out of the waffle house
G A G A G A G A end
for makin' out in the booth

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