1959 chords

Lee Kernaghan

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Thanks to Brenda and Rune for the corrections C G C He'd Brylcream his hair and straightened his tie F C F G When he walked out the door he'd kiss his mother goodbye C Em He's got the keys to his father's FJ F C G C He's taking out Jenny it's their first date C G C He knocks on her door and he can hear his heart pound F C F G Her father appears and looks him up and down C Em He said 'Jen won't be long so you'd better come in' F C G C And he waits on the couch flowers in his hand
F C There's been so many changes down through the years G C There's been so many good things left behind F C Em Am You can call me sentimental but I really wouldn't mind C G C If you wrap me up and send me back to 1959
C G C They'd go to a dance JO'K would be there F C F G And she'd look so pretty ponytail in her hair C Em He plucked up the courage to take her hand in his F C G C And there on her doorstep they stole their first kiss
F C There's been so many changes down through the years G C There's been so many good things left behind F C Em Am You can call me sentimental but I really wouldn't mind C G C If you wrap me up and send me back to 1959
BREAK C G C They fell in love and they remember the night F C F G When he nervously asked her would you be my bride C Em When they made that promise 'till death do us part F C G C You know that they meant it straight from the heart
F C There's been so many changes down through the years G C There's been so many good things left behind F C Em Am You can call me sentimental but I really wouldn't mind C G C If you wrap me up and send me back to 1959 C F C Wrap me up and send me back to 1959