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G (4)

You Are My Sunshine

The other night dear as I lay sleeping

C (2)

G (2)

I dreamed I held you in my arms

 

C

(2)

G (2)

But when I woke dear I was mistaken

G

D

G (2)

And I hung my head and I cried Chorus:G (4)

 

You are my sunshine, my only sunshine

 

C

(2)

G (2)

You make me happy when skies are gray

C (2)

G (2)

You'll never know dear, how much I love you

G

D

G (2)

Please don't take my sunshine away

G (4)

I'll always love you and make you happy

C (2)

G (2)

If you will only say the same

C (2)

G (2)

But if you leave me and love another

G

D

G (2)

You'll regret it all some day Chorus

G (4)

You told me once dear you really loved me

C (2)

G (2)

And no one could come between C (2)

But now you've left me to love another

G (2)

 

G

D

G (2)

You have shattered all of my dreams Chorus

 

G

(4)

In all my dreams you seem to leave me

 

C

(2)

G (2)

When I awake my poor heart pains C (2)

G (2)

So won't you come back and make me happy

G

D

G (2)

I'll forgive dear I'll take all the blame Chorus

Wabash Cannonball

A

D

From the great Atlantic Ocean to the wide Pacific shore E

A

She climbs the flowery mountains, over hills and by the shore

D

Although she's mighty tall and handsome and she's known quite well by all

E

A

She's a modern combination, the Wabash Cannonball.

Chorus:

A

D

Oh, listen to the jingle, the rumble and the roar E

As she glides along the woodland, over hills and by the shore

A

D

She climbs the flowery mountains, hear the merry hobo squall

E

A

As she glides along the woodland, the Wabash Cannonball.

Oh the Eastern states are dandy, so the Western people say Chicago, Rock Island, St. Louis by the way To the lakes of Minnesota where the rippling waters fall No chances to be taken on the Wabash Cannonball.

Chorus

I have rode the I.C. Limited, also the Royal Blue

Across the Eastern counties on Elkhorn Number Two

I have rode these highball trains from coast to coast that's all But I have found no equal to the Wabash Cannonball.

Chorus

Oh, here's old daddy Cleaton, let his name forever be And long be remembered in the courts of Tennessee For he is a good old rounder 'til the curtain round him fall He'll be carried back to victory on the Wabash Cannonball.

Dadd2add4 x54030

G

C

G

Em

Human Highway

I come down from the misty mountain

D

C

G

C/G G

I got lost on the human highway

G

C

G

Em

Take my head refreshing fountain

D

Take my eyes from what they've seen.

C

G

C/G G

C D Dsus4 D

Take my head and change my mind

Gmaj7

How could people get so unkind. Dadd2add4 G C/G G

C

I come down from the crooked mansion

I went lookin' for the D.J.'s daughter Since that day I heard it mentioned That my name is on the line. Now, my name is on the line How could people get so unkind.

Instrumental:

G

C

G

Em

D

C

G C/G G

G

C

G

Em

D

C

G C/G G

C D Dsus4 D

Now, my name is on the line

Gmaj7

How could people get so unkind.

Dadd2add4

I come down from the misty mountain

I got lost on the human highway

Take my head refreshing fountain Take my eyes from what they've seen. Take my head and change my mind How could people get so unkind.

C

Dadd2add4 G C/G G

Sitting On Top Of The World

D

'Twas in the Spring one sunny day, G

My sweetheart left me. Lord, she went away,

D

D7

D

A7

And now she's gone, and I don't worry,

D

A- Lord I'm sittin' on top of the world.

A

D

She called me up from down in El Paso She said, "Come back daddy, I needs you so." And now she's gone, and I don't worry, A- Lord I'm sittin' on top of the world.

If you don't like my peaches, don't you shake my tree, Get out of my orchard, let my peaches be. And now she's gone, and I don't worry, A- Lord I'm sittin' on top of the world.

And don't you come here running, holding out your hand I'm gonna get me a woman, like you got your man. And now she's gone, and I don't worry, A- Lord I'm sittin' on top of the world.

'Twas in the Spring one sunny day, My sweetheart left me. Lord, she went away, And now she's gone, and I don't worry, A- Lord I'm sittin' on top of the world.

RAMBLIN' MAN Recorded by: Hank Williams, Sr. Written by: Hank Williams, Sr.

I can [Am] settle dow-own and be doin' just fine

Til I [E7] hear an old train rollin' down the [Am] line Then I hurry strai-aight home and pack

And if I [E7] didn't go, I believe I'd blow my [Am] stack

I love you ba-aby, but you gotta understand When the [E7] Lord made me He made a Ramblin' [Am] Man.

Some folks might sa-ay that I'm no good That I wouldn't settle down if I could But when that open ro-oad starts to callin' me There's somethin' o'er the hill that I gotta see Sometimes it's har-rd but you gotta understand When the Lord made me, He made a Ra-amblin' Man.

I love to see the tow-owns a-passin' by

And to ride these rails 'neath God's blue sky Let me travel this la-and from the mountains to the sea 'Cause that's the life I believe He meant for me And when I'm go-one and at my grave you stand Just say God called home your Ra-amblin' Man.

Blue Moon of Kentucky

A

A7

D

A

E

A

 

A

A7

D

Blue moon of Kentucky keep on shining

A A7

E

Shine on the one that's gone and proved untrue

A A7

D

Blue moon of Kentucky keep on shining

A E

A

Shine on the one that's gone and left me blue

2nd Verse

A D

I said blue moon of Kentucky keep on shining

A

E

shine on the one that's gone and left me blue

A D

I said blue moon of Kentucky keep on shining

A E

A

Shine on the one that's gone and left me blue

Bridge

D

Well it was on one moonlight night

A

Stars shining bright

D

Whisper on high

A E

Love said goodbye

A D

Blue moon of Kentucky keep on shining

A E

A

Shine on the one that's gone and left me blue

Repeat

Second verse

Bridge

Tumblin’ Tumbleweeds

F F7

See them tumbling down,

E

Pledging their love to the ground,

F C

Lonely but free I'll be found

G7

Drifting along with the tumbling tumbleweeds.

F

E7

C#dim

C

C+

Cares of the past are behind,

E

Nowhere to go but I'll find

F C

Just where the trail will wind,

G7

Drifting along with the tumbling tumbleweeds.F7

E7

C#dim

C

C+

Fm6 G7

C

Am6# B7

Em E7

I

know when night has gone that a new world's born at dawn,

F

F7

I'll keep rolling along,

E

Deep in my heart is a song,

F

Here on the range I belong,

G7

Drifting along with the tumbling tumbleweeds.

E7

C

C#dim

C

C7 C+

C

F

C

I'm a roaming cowboy, riding all day long

G7

C

Tumbleweeds

around me sing their lonely song.

F

C Cm6 A7

Nights underneath a prairie moon,

D7

G

MY LITTLE LADY - Jimmie Rodgers Key of D(2nd fret capo)

[C]I had a [A7]gal. Oh, what a [D7]gal! Her [G]name was Ka-[G7]tie [C]Brown. I'd take her [A7]out to ride a-[D7]bout, When the [G]moon was shi-[G7]ning [C]down. We'd sit [A7]alone when we got [D7]home Out in the [G]old porch [C]swing, Then the [F]dear little miss Would [C]give me a kiss,

While [D7]sweetly to her I would [G]sing. [G7]

● CHORUS

● Oh, [C]Katie, my little [F]lady,

● [G]I love no [G7]one but [C]you.

● Oh, Katie, my little [F]lady,

● Just [G]say you [G7]love me, [C]too.

● We'll get [F]married in June,

● And have a [C]long honeymoon,

● Then [D7]settle down for [G7]life.

● Oh, [C]Katie, my little [F]lady,

● [G]Won't you [G7]be my [C]wife?

I had a gal. Oh, what a pal! She left me alone one day.

I didn't mind, because, I find,

They most always do you that way. So I went about to try and find out If another gal I couldn't find.

In less than a day I met Sadie Mae. Now I hand her the same old line.

● CHORUS

Oh, Sadie,

Fishing Blues

[Verse 1]

D

A

D

I betcha' goin' fishin' all o' the time, Baby goin' fishin' too

D

Bet your life, your sweet wife, catch more fish than you.

E7

A

[Chorus 1]

D

D7

Many fish bites if you got good bait

G D

Here's a little tip that I would like to relate

D

Many fish bites if you got good bait ,

I'm a goin' fishin', yes I'm goin' fishin'

A D

And my baby goin' fishin' too.

[Verse 2]

D

I went on down to my favorite fishin' hole

A

D

Baby, grab me a pole an' a line,

Drove my pole on in, caught a nine poun' catfish

E7

Now you know I brought him home for supper time.

A

[Chorus 1]

D

D7

Many fish bites if you got good bait

G D

Here's a little tip that I would like to relate

D

Many fish bites if you got good bait ,

I'm a goin' fishin', yes I'm goin' fishin'

A D

And my baby goin' fishin' too.

[Verse 3]

D

Baby brother 'bout to run me outta my mind

A

D

Sayin', "Can I go fishin' with you?"

I took him on down to the fishin' hole

E7

A

Now what do you think now that he did do?

[Chorus 2]

D

D7

Pulled a great big fish out the bottom of the pond

G

Now he’s laughing drunk, ‘cause he was real gone

D

Many fish bites if you got good bait ,

D

I'm a goin' fishin', yes I'm goin' fishin'

A D

And my baby goin' fishin' too.

[Verse 4]

D

Put him in the pot, baby put him in the pan

A

D

Honey cook him till he nice an' brown

Make a batch o' buttermilk, whole cakes mama

E7

A

An' chew them things an’ chomp em on down.

[Chorus 1]

D

D7

Many fish bites if you got good bait

G

Here's a little tip that I would like to relate

D

Many fish bites if you got good bait ,

D

I'm a goin' fishin', yes I'm goin' fishin'

A D

And my baby goin' fishin' too.

[Instrumental]

D

A D

D

E7 A

D

G

D

D

D7

D

A D

[Verse 1]

D

A

D

I betcha' goin' fishin' all o' the time, Baby goin' fishin' too

D

Bet your life, your sweet wife, catch more fish than you.

E7

A

[Chorus 1]

D

D7

Many fish bites if you got good bait

G

D

Oh, Here's a little tip that I would like to relate

D

Many fish bites if you got good bait ,

I'm a goin' fishin', Mamas goin' fishin'

A

D

And the baby goin' fishin' too.

[Outro]

D D A D

Footprints in the Snow

G

Some folks like the summer time when they can walk about

D7

Strolling through the meadow green it's pleasant there no doubt

C

G

C

But give me the winter time when snow is on the ground

D7

G

For I found her when the snow was on the ground

D7

I traced her little footprints in the snow

G

I found her little footprints in the snow

C

Bless that happy day when Nellie lost her way

D7

G

For I found her when the snow was on the ground

C

I dropped in to see her there was a big round moon

D7

Her mother said she just stepped out but would be returning soon

G

C

I found her little footprints and traced them through the snow

D7

G

For I found her when the snow was on the ground

Repeat #2

C

Now she's up in heaven she’s with the angels band

D7

I know I'm going to meet her in that promised land

G

C

Every time the snow falls it brings back memories

D7

G

For I found her when the snow was on the ground

Repeat #2

E

Honky Tonk Blues

A

Well I left my home down on the rural route

I told my pa I'm going steppin out D

and get the honky tonk blues, Yeah the honky tonk blues

E Well Lord I got 'em, I got the ho-on-ky tonk blues

A

A

Well I went to a dance and I wore out my shoes Woke up this mornin wishin I could lose Them jumpin honky tonk blues, Yeah the honky tonk blues Well Lord I got 'em, I got the ho-on-ky tonk blues

solo

Well I stopped into every place in town The city life has really got me down

I got the honky tonk blues, Yeah the honky tonk blues Well Lord I got em, got the ho-on-ky tonk blues

I'm gonna tuck my worries underneath my arm And scat right back to my pappy's farm And leave these honky tonk blues, Yeah the honky tonk blues Well Lord I got 'em, I got the ho-on-ky tonk blues

If you've got the money honey I've got the time

(D)

If you've got the money honey, I've got the time

(G)

We'll go honky tonkin' and we'll have a time

(A7)

We'll make all the night spots, All the way down the line

(D)

If you've got the money honey, I've got the time

( steel ) on verse progression

There ain't no use to tarry so let's start out tonight

(G)

We'll spread joy oh boy oh boy and we'll spread it right

(A7)

We'll have more fun baby all way down the line

(D)

If you've got the money honey I've got the time

( piano )

Bring along your Cadillac leave my old wreck behind

(G)

We'll go to the park where its dark, we won't waste no time

(A7)

When you run out of money, then I'll run out of time

(D)

If you've got the money honey, I've got the time We'll go honky tonkin' and we'll have a time

Bring along your Cadillac leave my old wreck behind If you've got the money honey I've got the time

( fiddle )

Yes we'll go honky tonkin' make every club in town

We'll go to the park where it's dark we won't fool around But if you run short of money I'll run short of time Cause you with no more money honey I've no more time

( guitar )

If you've got the money I've got the time we'll go honky tonkin' and we'll have a time We'll make all the night spots dance drink beer and wine If you've got the money honey I've got the time

INTRO: G

G C

Love Is A Burning Thing

C

G

G

G

D G

D

G

And It Makes A Fiery Ring

C

G

Bound By Wild Desire

D

G

I Fell Into A Ring Of Fire

CHORUS:

D

I Fell Into A Burning Ring Of Fire

C

G

D

I Went Down, Down, Down

C

G

Ring Of Fire

And The Flames Went Higher

And It Burns, Burns, Burns

D

G

The

Ring Of Fire

D

G

The

Ring Of Fire

G

C

G

G

D G

G

C

G

G

D G

CHORUS:

 
 

C

G

The Taste Of Love Is Sweet

D

G

When Hearts Like Ours Meet

C

G

I Fell For You Like A Child

D

G

Ohh, But The Fire Went Wild

CHORUS:

The Tennessee Waltz

C

C

C7

F

I was dancin' with my darlin', to the Tennessee Waltz

C G7

When an old friend I happened to see

C

I introduced her to my loved one,

C7 F

And while they were dancin',

C G7

C

my friend stole my sweetheart from me.

E7

F

C

I remember the night and the Tennessee Waltz,

G7

now I know just how much I have lost

C

C7

F

Yes, I lost my little darlin', the night they were playing,

C G7

C

the beautiful Tennessee Waltz.

C

I was dancin' with my darlin', to the Tennessee Waltz

C7

F

C G7

When an old friend I happened to see

C

I introduced her to my loved one,

C7 F

And while they were dancin',

C G7

C

my friend stole my sweetheart from me.

E7

F

C

I remember the night and the Tennessee Waltz,

G7

now I know just how much I have lost

C

C7

F

Yes, I lost my little darlin', the night they were playing,

C G7

C

the beautiful Tennessee Waltz.

G7 C

The beautiful Tennessee Waltz

You And My Old Guitar

C

I could never be lonely I could never be blue

G7

C

F

C

D7

G7

As I go through life if only I'd have my guitar and you

C

Why should I ever worry why should I feel sad

G7

C

F

C

D7

G7

We travel along in a hurry sharing the good and the bad

C G7

Whenever I'm up you're near me giving me happiness

C

F

C

D7

G7

And when I'm down you cheer me nothing is better than this

C F

Here we go just we three oh how happy we will be C I'll hook my ladder to a silver star

C G7

Climb with you and my old guitar

C

G7

F

C

G7

C

Over the land we wander first here and there

F

C

D7

G7

But I never stop to ponder if the clouds are dark or fair

C G7

C

In a one horse town or city no matter where we are

F

C

D7

G7

I'm happy if I have with me you and my old guitar

C

G7

C

We'll travel the roads together leading to lands afar

F

C

D7

G7

C

Singing

in all kinds of weather and strumming my old guitar

Repeat

#2

C G

Dead Flowers

F

C

Well when you're sitting there in your silk upholstered chair Talkin' to some rich folk that you know Well I hope you won't see me in my ragged company Well, you know I could never be alone

Chorus:

G

C

Take me down little Susie, take me down

G

I know you think you're the queen of the underground

C

F

C

And you can send me dead flowers every morning

F C Send me dead flowers by the mail

F C Send me dead flowers to my wedding

C

G

F

C

And I won't forget to put roses on your grave

Verse 2:

Well when you're sitting back in your rose pink Cadillac Making bets on Kentucky Derby Day Ah, I'll be in my basement room with a needle and a spoon And another girl to take my pain away

Chorus:

Take me down little Susie, take me down

I know you think you're the queen of the underground And you can send me dead flowers every morning Send me dead flowers by the mail Send me dead flowers to my wedding And I won't forget to put roses on your grave

Final Chorus:

Take me down little Susie, take me down

I know you think you're the queen of the underground And you can send me dead flowers every morning Send me dead flowers by the U.S. Mail Say it with dead flowers in my wedding And I won't forget to put roses on your grave No, I won't forget to put roses on your grave

D

Gotta Get Drunk

Well, I gotta get drunk and I sure do dread it,

G

D

'cause I know just what I'm gonna do.

I start to spend my money, callin' everybody honey,

E

A

and wind up singin' the blues.

G

D

I've spent my whole paycheck on some old wreck,

A

and brother, I can name you a few.

D G

Well, I gotta get drunk and I sure do dread it,

D A

D

'cause I know just what I'm gonna do.

D

2. I gotta get drunk, I can't stay sober,

G

there's a lot of good people in town,

D

who'd like to hear me holler, see me spend my dollars,

E

and I wouldn't think of lettin' 'em down.

A

G

There's

a lot of doctors that tell me,

D

A

that I'd better start to slowin' it down.

D

G

But there's more old drunks than there are old doctors,

D

so I guess we'd better have another round.

A

D

+ REFRAIN

+ Instr. (=Refrain)

+ REFRAIN

than there are old doctors, D so I guess we'd better have another round. A D

INTRO (verse chords)

G

All You Fascists Bound to Lose

I'm gonna tell all you fascists, and you may be surprised:

C

 

G

The people in this world are getting organized.

 
 

D

 

G

You're bound to lose, you fascists, bound to lose.

 

[Chorus]

 

C

 

G

All you fascists bound to lose! (I said!)

 

C

 

G

All you fascists bound to lose! (Yessir!)

 

C

 

G

All you fascists bound to lose!

 
 

D

 

G

You're bound to lose! You fascists, bound to lose!

[Verse 2]

 

G

There's people of every nation, marching side by side.

 

C

 

G

Marching 'cross these fields where a million fascists died.

 

D

 

G

You're bound to lose, you fascists, bound to lose.

 
[Chorus] [Verse 3]
[Chorus]
[Verse 3]

G

Race hatred cannot stop us. This one thing I know.

C

 

G

Your poll tax and Jim Crow greed have got to go

 
 

D

 

G

You're bound to lose, you fascists, bound to lose.

 
[Chorus] [Verse 4]
[Chorus]
[Verse 4]

G

I'm going into this battle. Take my union gun.

 

C

 

G

We'll end this world of slavery before this battle's won.

 

D

 

G

You're bound to lose, you fascists, bound to lose.

 

[Chorus x 2]

G

Nine Pound Hammer (in A, capo 2)

C

This nine pound hammer is a little too heavy

D

G

For my size, honey, for my size

Roll on buddy, don't you roll so slow

Baby, how can I roll when the wheels won't go

SOLO

Ain't one hammer in this tonnel

That rings like mine that rings like mine

It rings like silver and shines like gold

It rings like silver and shines like gold

SOLO

Somebody stole my nine pound hammer

They've took it and gone, they've took it and gone

Roll on buddy, don't you roll so slow

Baby, how can I roll when the wheels won't go

SOLO

Up on the mountain just to see my honey

And I ain't coming back, lord, I ain't coming back

Roll on buddy, don't you roll so slow

Baby, how can I roll when the wheels won't go

Intro:

Folsom Prison Blues

/ B7 - - - / - - - - / E

- - - /

- - - - /

- - - - /

- - - - /

E (8)

E

(8)

I

hear the train a comin'

 

bet there's rich folks eatin', In a fancy dining car,

I

It's rollin' 'round the bend,

And I ain't seen the sunshine, Since, I don't know when,

They're probably drinkin' coffee, And smokin' big cigars, A (4) But I know I had it comin',

 

A

(4)

I'm stuck in Folsom Prison,

 
 

E

(4)

 

E

(4)

And time keeps draggin' on, B7 (4) But that train keeps a-rollin', E (2) On down to San Antone.

know I can't be free, B7 (4) But those people keep a-movin', E (2)

I

And that's what tortures me.

 

E

(8)

Solo (instrumental verse)

When I was just a baby, My Mama told me, "Son, Always be a good boy,

Don't ever play with guns,"

   

E

(8)

Well, if they freed me from this prison, If that railroad train was mine,

A

(4)

But I shot a man in Reno, E (4)

bet I'd move out over a little, Farther down the line,

I

A

(4)

 

Far from Folsom Prison,

Just to watch him die, B7 (4)

When I hear that whistle blowin',

E (4) That's where I want to stay,

 

E

(2)

 

B7 (4)

I

hang my head and cry.

And I'd let that lonesome whistle,

   

E

(2)

Solo (instrumental verse)

 

Blow my blues away.

 

/

B7 - - - / - - - - / E - - - / E (hold) /

Stay All Night Stay A Little Longer

G

You ought to see my Blue Eyed Sally

D7

G

She lives way down on Shinbone Alley

Number on the gate the number on the door

D7

G

The next house over is the grocery store

Stay all night stay a little longer

D7

Dance all night dance a little longer

G

Pull off your coat throw it in the corner

D7

Don't see why you can't stay a little longer

G

Can't go home if you're going by the mill

D7

G

Cause the bridge washed out at the bottom of the hill

Big Creek's up Little Creek's level

D7

G

Plow my corn with a double shovel

Repeat #2

Sitting in the window singing to my love

D7

G

Slop bucket fell from the window up above

Mule and the grasshopper eating ice cream

D7

G

Mule got sick so they laid him on the beam

Repeat #2

Grab your partner pat her on the head

D7

G

If she don't like biscuits feed her cornbread

Girls around Big Creek about half grown

D7

G

Jump on a man like a dog on a bone

Repeat #2

Clementine

C

In a cavern in a canyon

C G7

Excavating for a mine

C

Dwelt a miner forty niner

G7

C

And his darling Clementine

C

Oh my darling oh my darling

G7

Oh my darling Clementine

C

Thou art lost and gone forever

G7

C

Dreadful sorry Clementine

Light she was and like a fairy,

And her shoes were number nine;

Herring boxes, without topses,

Sandals were for Clementine.

Repeat chorus

Drove she ducklings to the water,

Every morning just at nine;

Hit her foot against a splinter,

Fell into the foaming brine.

Repeat chorus

Ruby lips above the water,

Blowing bubbles, soft and fine;

But Alas! I was no swimmer,

So I lost my Clementine.

Repeat chorus

When the miner forty-niner,

Soon began to peak and pine,

Thought he oughter "jine" his daughter,

Now he's with his clementine.

Repeat chorus

In a corner of the churchyard,

Where the myrtle boughs entwine,

Grow the roses in their poses,

Fertilized by Clementine.

Repeat chorus

In my dreams she still doth haunt me,

Robed in garments soaked in brine.

Though in life I used to hug her,

Now she's dead, I'll draw the line.

Repeat chorus

How I missed her, how I missed her

How I missed my Clementine.

So I kissed her little sister,

And forgot my Clementine.

Repeat chorus

Now you Boy Scouts, there's a moral

To this little tale of mine.

Artificial respiration,

Would have saved my Clementine.

Repeat chorus

I Would Die 4 U

Intro x2

 

Gmaj9 F#m7 D/F# F#m7 D/F# Asus4 Cuz U - I would die 4 u, yeah

Gmaj9

A

 

Darling if u want me 2

 

F#m7 D/F# F#m7 D/F#

 

Gmaj9 F#m7 D/F# F#m7 D/F# Asus4

 

U

-

I

would die

4

u, yeah

Asus4 A

   
 

Gmaj9

 

F#m7

N.C

 

You're just a sinner I am told

   

Asus4

 

I'm not a woman I'm not a man

 

Be your fire when you're cold

 

A

I

am something that you'll never understand

Make u happy when you're sad

 

Gmaj9

 

N.C

 

Make u good when u are bad

I'll

never beat u

 

I'll

never lie

I'm not a human

 

And if you're evil I'll forgive u by and by

 

F#m7

I

Am A dove

 

Gmaj9 F#m7 D/F# F#m7 D/F# Asus4

I'm your conscious

 

U

-

I

would die

4

u, yeah

 

Asus4

A

I

am love

Darling if u want me 2

 

A

 

All

I really need is 2 know that

Gmaj9 F#m7 D/F# F#m7 D/F# Asus4

 

Gmaj9

U

-

I

would die

4

u

U believe

 

N.C

   
 

Gmaj9 F#m7 D/F# F#m7 D/F# Asus4

I'm not your lover I'm not your friend

 

U

-

I

would die

4

u, yeah

A

I

am something that you'll never comprehend

Darling if u want me 2

 

N.C No need 2 worry No need 2 cry I'm your messiah and you're the reason why

Gmaj9 F#m7 D/F# F#m7 D/F# Asus4

U

-

I

would die

4

u

Yeah, say one more time

 

Repeat & fade

 

Cash on the Barrelhead

E

Got in a little trouble at the county seat

B7

E

Lord they put me in the jailhouse for loafing on the street

When the judge heard the verdict I was a guilty man

B7

E

He said forty five dollars or thirty days in the can

CHORUS

E7

That'll be cash on the barrelhead son

A

E

B7

E

You can make your choice you're twenty one

E7

No money down no credit plan

A

E

B7

E

No time to chase you cause I'm a busy man

E

Found a telephone number on a laundry slip

B7

E

I had a good hearted jailer with a six gun hip

He let me call long distance she said number please

B7

E

And no sooner than I told her she shouted out at me

CHORUS

Thirty days in the jailhouse four days on the road

B7

E

I was feeling mighty hungry my feet a heavy load

Saw a greyhound coming stuck up my thumb

B7

E

Just as I was being seated the driver caught my arm

CHORUS

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