LOOKING BACK TO SEE
JUSTIN TUBB and GOLDIE HILL
Writers: Jim Ed & Maxine Brown
D: [A] I was lookin' back to see
D: If you were [D] lookin' back to see
D: If I was [A] lookin' back to see
D: If you were [B7] lookin' back at [E7] me
D: You were [A] cute as you could be
D: Standin' [D] lookin' back at me
D: And [A] it was plain to see
D: That I'd [E7] enjoy your compan-[A] y.
J: [A] One Sunday afternoon
J: I went [D] ridin' down the street
J: I [A] met a cute little girl ...
j: [B7] dressed up so [E7] sweet
J: And the [A] way that she was stacked
j: I wished I'd [D] had me a Cadillac
J: 'Cause [A] who's gonna notice me
j: [E7] drivin' around in this Model [A] T.
G: [A] Now listen ba-bee
G: It don't [D] matter to me
G: Even [A] in your Model T
G: You're as [B7] cute as you can [E7] be
G: If you'll [A] take me for a ride
G: I will [D] sit close by your side
G: And [A] I will guarantee
G: We'll have [E7] fun, oh, man a-[A] live.
G: Oh [D] me, Oh [A] gee
J: Per-[B7] haps you'd notice me
J: If I wasn't [E7] [P] drivin' this Model T.
Note: J:=Justin/G:=Goldie/D: Duet.
SOURCE: 1953 SUPER COUNTRY HITS/GUSTO GT-0021