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Transcribed by: asf0@comcast.net  Alice Franceschini
Date:  May 21, 1999
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     WHO NEEDS PICTURES     Brad Paisley
E                                   C#m
There's an old Kodak camera in my dresser draw
   A                             B 
I ran across it just this after-noon
         E                       C#m
And I realized that I don't ever use it anymore
A                              B
In fact the last time I did I think it was with you
              A           C#m              A             C#m
When we were down in Kasa-mel we had the whole beach to ourselves.
           A                                            B 
And it's crazy now to think that it's all there on the film
             E              C#m            E              A
And I could take it to the store to be developed But what for
A                               F#m
I can still see everything just fine
            A       B                  E    A  E  A
Who needs pictures with a memory like mine
E                                  C#m 
Standing there I couldn't but help think about
A                                  B
Everything that might be on that roll
E                           C#m 
I think it even has another trip we took
A                                B
I guess that must have been at least three years ago
              A             C#m             A             C#m 
When we were down in Baton Rouge and there wasn't much to do
        A                      B
So we drove into New Orleans every afternoon
        E                   C#m       E                   A
And I swear that you would think that it was only yester-day
A                                     F#m 
Cause I can still see everything just fine
             A      B                  E
Who needs pictures with a memory like mine
B                                   A
Somewhere in the closet there's a cardboard box
A                   E
just sitting on a shelf
      B                           A                                    F#m B 
It's full of faded memories It's been there every since the night you left-eft
            E                       C#m
And just forgotten photographs to remind me of the past
       A                               F#m
Oh but I can still see everything just fine
            A       B                 C#m 
Who needs pictures with a memory like mine
             A      B                  E  
Who needs pictures with a memory like mine


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