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Kiss Me Mary

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Kiss Me Mary And Better Times A Comin lyrics By Derek Ryan. The second one was written by Stephen Foster and is an old American country song. The chords for Better Times are a simple 2 chord job. I play D to A7 but it can easy be changed to G and D7.

I tried my best passed all the tests.
But you don't seem to see.
I'm the boy for a girl like you
and you can set me free.
I don't swear and I brush my hair,
And I wear my school tie straight.
But you treat my like another kid
when we're standing at the gate.
You let your feelings be known to me,
When I fell and grazed my knee.
I was crying, you gave me a hug
and kissed me on the cheek.
From that day I have to say
I knew you were the one.
But you set on playing hard to get
I've only just begun.

Chorus,
Oh kiss me Mary, kiss me Mary
Kiss me one more time,
I may be young and a little scared,
But I wanna cross the line.
Come on Mary one more time,
Kiss me let me walk you home tonight.

A few years passed, laying on the grass,
Basking in the sun.
You labled me just a friend,
But I know your still the one.
I am there when they break your heart,
To wipe away the tears.
To bring a smile back to make you laugh,
And take away your fears

Chorus,
Oh kiss me Mary, kiss me Mary
Kiss me one more time,
I may be young and a little scared,
But I wanna cross the line.
Come on Mary one more time,
Kiss me let me walk you home tonight.

Your still the one now 21 walking down the street.
I joked about how I always loved you,
Since the age of three.
You stop and stare and look at me.
And ask me if it's true.
But this time my ees can't tell a lie
And you hold me close to you.

Chorus by 2
Oh kiss me Mary, kiss me Mary
Kiss me one more time,
I may be young and a little scared,
But I wanna cross the line.
Come on Mary one more time,
Kiss me let me walk you home tonight.
 

Better Times A Comin - Recorded by Derek Ryan. This is the way I play it. Change chords to suit your own voice
[D]Well the cows gone dry the hens won't lay no place I can[A7] borrow
                                                       
I give the landlord all the news and the rent comes due to[D]morrow
                                                            
There's lots of money in the bank they say that's where they [A7keep it
                                                        
Not only wouldn't they loan me some they wouldn't let me [D]see it
                                              
So pick away on the old banjo keep that guitar [A7]strumming
                                                 
Put more water in the soup there's better times a [D]coming
                                               
Well Mary Lou could pull a plow if only I would [A7]let her
                                                  
She's twice as strong as any ox but looks a little [D]better
                                                      
I didn't kiss that Mary Lou but once and then I had to [A7]leave her
                                                     
She made my collar get too high and start the burning [D]fever
 
                                                        
My [D]rooster used to chase the hens he just kept a getting [A7]thinner
                                                            
I's afraid he'd run himself to death so I brought him in for [D]dinner
                                                         
Yes the cotton crops are pretty poor the weeds are really [A7]growing
                                             
I need a woman pretty bad to help me with the [D]hoeing
 

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