Date: Thu, 30 Oct 1997 20:37:22 EST From: "McIntyre, Derek Brandon"
To: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: CHORD: I'D SAY THAT'S RIGHT by CLAY WALKER Clay Walker: I'd Say That's Right It is easier to play this song with a capo at the 2nd fret using A, E, and D. But, you can also play it without a capo by using B, F#, and E. These are the chords with the capo. Intro: A E D E A E D E A (A) (E) (D) (E) Was I nervous the night I first met you, Was it love at first site, (A) (E) (D) (E) (A) Did I know you was the girl that I'd marry, I'd say that's right. (A) (E) (D) (E) When your daddy said son do you love her, with all of your might, (A) (E) (D) (E) (A) I looked him in the eye and said yes sir, I'd say that's right. Chorus: (A) (D) (E) I'd say that's right on the money, sure as the sun in Florida sunny. (A) (D) (E) I'd say that's right as the rain on a tin-roof Texas night. (A) (D) (E) I'd say that's right down the middle, ain't no doubt, not even a little. (A) (E) (D) (E) (A) Will I love you for the rest of my life, I'd say that's right. Verse two: If I woke up tomorrow in heaven, Saint Peter looked me in the eye, And said mister, would you rather be with her, I'd say that's right. Repeat Chorus Instrumental Break Repeat Chorus Derek McIntyre - email@example.com