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country song recorded by Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash.
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Jackson Recorded by Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash Written by Billy Ed Wheeler and Gaby Rogers
C We got married in a fever hotter than a pepper sprout C7 We've been talking bout Jackson ever since the fire went out F C I'm going to Jackson I'm gonna mess around F G7 C Yeah I'm going to Jackson look out Jackson town
Well go on down to Jackson go ahead and wreck your health C7 Go play your hand you big talking man make a big fool of yourself F C Yeah go to Jackson go comb your hair F G7 C Honey I'm gonna snowball Jackson see if I care
When I breeze into that city people gonna stoop and bow C7 All them women gonna make me teach 'em what they don't know how F C I'm going to Jackson you turn a loose of my coat F G7 C Cause I'm going to Jackson goodbye that's all she wrote
But they'll laugh at you in Jackson and I'll be dancing on a Pony Keg
They'll lead you round town like a scalded hound C7 With your tail tucked between your legs F C Yeah go to Jackson you big talking man F G7 C And I'll be waiting in Jackson behind my Ja-pan fan
W-ell we got married in a fever hotter than a pepper sprout C7 We've been talking bout Jackson ever since the fire went out F C I'm going to Jackson and that’s a fact F G7 C Yeah we’re going to Jackson ain’t never coming back
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