This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. You do not have permission to change this material in any way. You do not have permission to archive this material anywhere else on the web. (cyberspace) #--------------------------------------------------------# Tabby Cat Music Archives Date: April 4, 1999 Album: Written by: I WAS Neal McCoy Intro chords G C F G C F I drove up from a river town It was late September early October G C F G Thought maybe I could clear my mind And see the leaves turn red G C Tunes up and the window down F On a skyline drive when she flagged me over G C Hal-lei-lu-jah what a beautiful morning F G Were the first words that she said A E F G Her eyes were blue as the sky on a perfect blue ridge day A E F G She said I could use a lift if you're going my way CHORUS: A D E And I was, I was headed south I was headed out A D E headed nowhere or anywhere we wanted to go F#m G F#m The road stretched out in front of us D E A She was ready to run it just like I was G C F Told me she was 22 She just broken out of William and Mary G C F G Another summer under her daddy's roof was all she could do G C F Her boyfriend she cut him loose too cold for a wedding in January G C F G She said that's enough about me now tell me about you A E F G I rambled on about broken hearts and stayed too long A E F G She said I'm sorry you were right to move on Chorus, lead, A E F G Ain't it funny how everything hinges on a twist of fate A E F G She held my hand and said aren't you amazed? chorus, Oh Oh TABBY CAT MUSIC ARCHIVES HOME PAGE
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