Tim Mcgraw – Annie I Owe You A Dance chords

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Transpose:
Tim McGraw,   "Annie I Owe You A Dance"


B    F#   G#m   F#m   E


(verse)
B G#mI was running late again, picking up a few things
B F#And there you were on isle 13.
B G#mI felt that old rush, when you saw me you blushed
B F#Like you did when you were sweet sixteen.
E BThey said you looked lost on the dancefloor,
E BWith a lonely look in your eyes.
E BDon't know why I didn't show, to this day I still don't know
E F#For once I wish I hadn't thought twice.
Bmaj7 BThen your folks split up and you moved to Colorado,
E BAnd I headed out to Tennessee.
E BHeard you got married and you moved back home,
Emaj7 B Here we are again, you and me.
(chorus)
B F#It's no surprise the light in your little girl's eyes,
G#m EShines like the ring on your hand.
E F# B F# G#m F#m EAnnie, I owe you a dance.
(verse)
B EDon't the years fly by in the blink of an eye,
G#m F#Yeah loves, I've had a few.
B E I've been a million places and I've seen a million faces,
G#m F#But I couldn't stop thinking 'bout you.
E F# G#m F# Remember how we'd talk for hours, keeping each other's secrets,
E BMade a promise I'd take you to homecoming,
E F# G#m F#But Annie I didn't keep it.
B F#Almost called you up, when I played it bolder,
G#m B But I thought I'd just let it be.
B F#Heard you found yourself a real good man,
G#m BDo you ever think of you and me?
(chorus)
B F#It's no surprise the light in your little girl's eyes,
G#m EShines like the ring on your hand.
E F# BAnnie, I owe you a dance.
(instrumental) B E F#, B E F# (verse-0ut)
B ESo put your groceries in the basket, I'm so sorry, now I'm asking
G#m F#Like I should have twenty years ago.
B E And I know it's all over, I'm just looking for some closure,
G#m F# And there's a song on the radio.
E BYou give me your hand and we start to dance,
E BThe cashier gives us a smile.
E B As you turn and walk away, I hear your little girl say
E B"Momma, who was that guy?"
B F#I shouldn't be surprised, look forgiveness in your eyes,
G#m EGave me a second chance.
E F# (no chord) B F# G#m F# E, BAnnie, thanks for the dance.
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