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Buicks to the Moon  Alan Jackson

Written by: Alan Jackson, Jim McBride
Performed by: Alan JAckson
From the album "Everything I Love"
Key A (Sounds like he uses a capo at the second fret and plays in G)
H[G]ow long will I love you [C]I don't really k[G]now
I'd [C]like to think for[G]ever is h[D]ow far we could go
So[G] let me paint a picture of h[C]ow it's gonna [G]be
The d[C]ay you don't mean [D]everything to [G]me
When a n[D]ickel's worth a dollar and [C]gold ain't worth a [G]dime
When they [D]build a ship on waters that will [C]take you back in t[D]ime
When the s[G]tars have all been counted and [C]I stop lovin' [Em]you
Honey t[C]hey'll be drivin' [D]Buicks to the[G] moon
Instrumental (Last half of chorus)
You don't have to worry about what comes to pass
This ol' world may wear out but my love's gonna last
If they ever build that highway to the moon
I'll just find somethin' else to promise you
When the stars have all been counted and I stop lovin' you
Honey they'll be drivin' Buicks to the moon
Tab for the intro, the way I hear it

h = hammer on
p = pull off

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