Sawyer Brown - Some Girls Do Chords & Tabs


Some Girls Do Chords & Tabs

Sawyer Brown Chords & Tabs

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Some Girls Do Chords

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I've been trying to learn the song "Some Girls Do" by Sawyer Brown
and I'm having a little trouble picking up the main riff by ear.
Maybe I'm having a bad week.

Anyway, heres what I've figured out so far.  If anyone has some
input, please post or send me email.

Thanks in advance,

Joseph A. McGlynn
AT&T Bell Laboratories


Sawyer Brown's  "Some Girls Do"

General Riff:



NOTE:  This is from one-days memory, so I may have made mistakes

[ Tab from: ]
[A]                           [G]                  [D]
She turned up her nose as she walked by my Cadillac
         [A]                    [G]                [D]
From the corner of my eye I saw you and you laughed
You were sittin on the swing on your front porch
Paintin your nails like you were bored
[A]                     [G]                     [D]
And you yelled "She was sure impressed with you"


Well I ain't first class
But I ain't white trash
    [G]               [A]
I'm wild and a little crazy too
[G]                   [A]
Some girls don't like boys like me
[G]  [A]              [D]
    Awe, some girls do

  [A]                 [G]                  [D]
I yelled and asked if you would like a ride
       [A]                       [G]          [D]
When we pulled out of your yard, I bald a tire
You was laughing at me, I was doing James Dean
You was the prettiest girl I'd seen
         [A]                  [G]                     [D]
When you rolled your eyes and twirled my pink fur dice

Well good ole boys don't get no breaks
And rich boys think they got what it takes
     [A]                 [G]                [D]
But there's some one for each of us they say