She Did chords – Austin Lucas

 There were no chords for this so I put some together! No tabs or riffs, just a 
little something to start with.

 G G D Am C G D Am D Am C 
Oh she’d drag me out with spurs 
        C 
Into the candlelight 
       G 
She did. 

                 C         
And she rode me like the bull 
                C 
In some honky-tonk 
         G D 
She did, oh yes she did 

                Am                
But she’d never had to worry 
                C 
About the dwindling of dollars 
             G 
Or how life could strike out iron spite 
         D 
And crush you without warning 
        Am C G D 
But I did, Lo-Lord I surely did. 


               Am 
And I was bold when I first met her 
       C G      
Enamored with all the things that she did 
                     Am 
Oh but then something crept into me 
             C G D         
It was a blackness I hated and I so deeply hid 
                Am 
But I was jealous and concerned 
                           C 
Like some damn beast and she was beauty 
                          G            
Thought some dashing man would sweep her up 
          D 
And bury me in torment 
 Am C G D 
Yes, I did, though I ain’t too proud of it 


               C 
Oh was I speaking holy tongues? 
              D 
Or withdrawing from you? 
          Em G D 
Did a plague of sinking feelings leave me speaking in half-truths? 
           C G 
Oh I do not have the stomach to repair these gaping wounds 
            Am C G 
I’ll take my share of the blame for all the things I did. 

 G D Am C G D Am D Am C 
So now our castle gates are broken 
           C G 
The wreckage is the price for what we did 
                     C   
Oh yeah that girl she was my lover 
      C G D 
Now she is a stranger in the land in which I live 
                     Am C 
Oh ain’t it funny how far we travel in the company of friends 
               G D 
Yet somehow the times we share but fill our faces with regret? 
     Am C G D 
Oh, I hate it, though I feel it must be said.

               C 
Oh was I speaking holy tongues? 
              D 
Or withdrawing from you? 
          Em G D 
Did a plague of sinking feelings leave me speaking in half-truths? 
           C G 
Oh I do not have the stomach to repair these gaping wounds 
            Am C G 
I’ll take my share of the blame for all the things I did. 

 G D Am C G D Am D Am G
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