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Blues For Dixie recorded by Bob Wills written by O. W. Mayo
G7 If you've ever seen that ole Mississippi
E7 The queen of the delta land A7 Then you'll under stand D7 G Why I've got the Blues For Dixie
G7 If you've ever been down in Tennessee when
E7 Those old cotton fields were white A7 In pale moon light D7 G Then you've had the Blues For Dixie
G7 If you've seen the glamor of the Alabama G
Moon shining in the sky if you've got a baby
Down in Birmingham maybe you'll know the reason why
G7 That I'm gonna be blue till I'm on that old choo choo C
E7 Heading down South again
A7 There goes that train D7 G That's leaving me Blue For Dixie
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