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Country Music Nightmare Written by and recorded by Boxcar Willie
C F C It was a country music nightmare the worst I’d ever seen G7 And every country music star appeared in my dreams C F There was the late great near great some in the hall of fame C G7 C The county music nightmare that drove me insane
F C There was Ernest Arnold Eddy Tubbs I knew that wasn't right G7 Red Reeves and Jim Foley gave me quite a fright C F Well Buck Cash and Johnny were next upon the scene C G7 C Jimmy Nelson sang a song along with Willie Dean
F C There was George Haggard Merle Jones I thought I'd surly die G7 Well Waylon William Hank Jennings made me wanna cry C F Charlie Young and Faron Pride they tried to steal the show C G7 C Hank Miller sang a song wrote by Roger Snow
F C There was Dolly Jackson Wanda Parton just to name a few G7 Loretta Gail and Crystal Lynn well they were all there too C F Connie Wells and Kitty Smith it was a sight to see C G7 C Brenda Pearl told funny jokes along with Minnie Lee
There was Roy Williams Don Clark Jimmy Gilley G7 C G7 C Mickey Dickey Conway Tillis Mel Twitty Donna Smith G7 C Margo Fargo Margo Fargo Merle Atkins Chet Travis
Boxcar Willie whoooooo
And that's when that train whistle woke me up
F G7 Boy when that train whistle went off
I jumped outta bed I was running around the room C G7 I stubbed my toe on the floor and had a big G chord on the pillow C F G7 Why can’t I have some nice dreams about movie stars C Pretty girls
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