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and chords are intended for your personal use, this is a very cool song
recorded by Buck Owens. It's easy and fun to learn this one, use these
with chords to help you. Enjoy your music!!
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Abilene recorded by Buck Owens written by Lester Brown, John D. Loudermilk, Bob Gibson
C E7 F C Abilene Abilene prettiest town I've ever seen D7 G7 C F C Women there don't treat you mean in Abilene my Abilene E7 I sat alone most every night F C Watch the trains pull out of sight D7 G7 Don't I wish they were carrying me back C F C To Abilene my Abilene repeat #1 E7 Crowded city there ain't nothing free F C Nothing in this town for me D7 G7 Wish to the Lord that I could be back C F C In Abilene sweet Abilene repeat #1
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first remember this song by George Hamilton iv, it's a good one to add
to you repertoire. Several other artists have also recorded it
including Buck Owens, Jimmy Dean and Bill Anderson. You can learn to
play and sing this one without and difficulty, the melody is pretty
with simple chords. Copy and paste Abilene
lyrics and chords, it's fun