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Rain In Lafayette Chords (ver.1)

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Rain In Lafayette Chords (ver.1)

Pat Green
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                Intro:

D (4) G (1)  4x

Verse 1:
D     
Home from church now, let your hair down, 
          G               D
It's the Lord's favorite day.
           A
There's a dance river tavern where 
                       D
The drums and fiddles play.
 
So wear your new shoes, your red boots,
      G             D
Your dress I can't forget.
           A            
I like to watch you dance around me like
                  D  G  D  G
The rain in Lafayette.

Verse 2:
D 
Summer's coming, my brain is humming,
           G           D
Something only you can do.
         A              
And the way your eyes are smilin' I know
               D 
Mine must be shining too.
                               G           D   
You're my lovely, my only, my one, my alouette.
            A     
I like to watch you dance around me like
                   D
The rain in Layfayette.

- Break -
D (4) G (1) D (4) G (1) D (5) A (4) D (6) G (1) D (5) A (3) D (1)

Verse 3:
D           
So let the rain fall, it can't hurt us at all,
             G              D
We'll get as wet as we can get.
            A     
I like you watch you dance around me like 
                   D
The rain in Layfayette.
D           
So let the rain fall, it can't hurt us at all,
             G              D
We'll get as wet as we can get.
            A     
I like you watch you dance around me like 
                   D
The rain in Layfayette.

- Outro -
D (2) G (1) D (3) G (1) D (4) A (3) D (6) A (3) D (6) G (1)

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The chords to the break and outro ARE correct but the time may not be exact
but it IS close. You should play along with the song a few times to get the feel of
the strum pattern and beats he's using.

enjoy :)
            
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