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Honky Tonk Hill Recorded by Lefty Frizzell Written by A.L. Owens and Sanger D. Schafer
G F G D7 Just outside the law around some where’s Arkansas G C G D7 A honky tonk was built by a girl from Louisville G F G D7 She built it by a bridge on a 30 acre ridge G C G D7 G Just across dry county line and she called it Honky Tonk Hill
F G Honky Tonk Hill (Honky Tonk Hill) Honky Tonk Hill (Honky Tonk Hill) C G D7 G Just across dry county line and she called it Honky Tonk Hill
F G D7 I’m the only son of a big judge who had won G C G D7 The last five elections cause he had the people scared G F G D7 Poppa didn’t care who he hurt to keep his chair G C G D7 G The judge’s bench meant more to him than the gold in momma’s hair
F G D7 If poppa warned me once he warned me fifty times G C G D7 Not to ever set a foot upon that sinful hill G F G D7 But I broke the judge’s will and slipped across that bridge G C G D7 G And I caught poppa making out with a girl from Louisville
F G Honky Tonk Hill (Honky Tonk Hill) Honky Tonk Hill (Honky Tonk Hill) C G D7 G I caught my daddy making out with a girl from Louisville
F G D7 I couldn’t stand to see poppa break momma’s heart G C G D7 So I stepped in and loved that woman with my youthful skills G F G D7 Now poppa’s lovin’ momma and sending momma flowers G C G D7 G And I’m the new half owner of a place called Honky Tonk Hill C G D7 G Now I’m the new half owner of a place called Honky Tonk Hill
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