Ballad of a Teenage Queen

Capo 2nd fret

A                                 D           A         D           A              E      A
(Dream on, dream on, teenage queen, prettiest girl we’ve ever seen.)
A                      D        A                              E                A
There’s a story in our town of the prettiest girl around.
D          A
Golden hair and eyes of blue; how those eyes could flash at you.

(How those eyes could flash at you.)

Boys hang ’round her by the score; but she loved the boy next door,

who worked at the candy store.
D           A         D           A              E      A
(Dream on, dream on, teenage queen, prettiest girl we’ve ever seen.)


 

She was tops in all, they said; it never once went to her head.

She had ev’rything it seemed; not a care this teenage queen.

(Not a care this teenage queen.)

Other boys could offer more, but she loved the boy next door,

who worked at the candy store.

D           A         D           A              E      A
(Dream on, dream on, teenage queen, prettiest girl we’ve ever seen.)


He would marry her next spring; saved his money bought a ring.

Then one day a movie scout came to town to take her out.

(Came to town to take her out.)

Hollywood could offer more, so she left the boy next door,

workin’ at the candy store.

D           A         D           A              E      A
(Dream on, dream on, teenage queen, prettiest girl we’ve ever seen.)

 

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