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Transcribed by: asf0@comcast.net  Alice Franceschini
Date: May 13, 2003   
Album:
Written by:

    TELL ME SOMETHING BAD ABOUT TULSA     George Strait

D            F#m                 Bm
Love is so beautiful when every-thing is fine
     G                        Em
But when it is like hers and mine 
    G                  A   n.c.         D        A   
It lives and dies at least ten thousand   times

CHORUS:
 D                           Em  
Tell me something bad about Tulsa
G             F#m         A           D
How those old oil wells smell in the wind
D                            Em  
Tell me something bad about Tulsa
      G            F#m          G           Em           D
So I won't have to go back be-lieving I be-long there again

D
Eyes as blue as Tulsa skies
Bm                             D                           
I kept getting lost in when I met her
D
Hair like Oklahoma sand 
Bm                                D
I could run my hands through for-ever
F#m                  Bm            G             Em
But all good things must end all rivers have to bend
F#m                Em                                    A    
I keep running out    but she keeps pulling me back in

to chorus, to ending

ENDING:
D                             Em
Tell me something bad about Tulsa
       G            F#m         G           Em          D    
So I won't have to go back be-lieving I be-long there again


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