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Just Waitin' lyrics and chords are provided for your personal use only, it's one of Hank's great classics.
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Just Waitin' Recorded by Hank Williams, Sr. Written by Hank Williams, Sr. and Bob Gazzaway
G The old maid's waitin' for leap year to come C The crooner's just waitin' to sing D7 The old cow's standin' by the Bull Durham sign G Just a-waitin' for the grass to turn green
The bar-fly's waitin' for an easy mark C And the hitch-hiker's waitin' for a ride D7 The life-termer's waitin' for a prison break G The beachcomber's waitin' for the tide
Farmer's daughter's waitin' for the salesman C To take her into town D7 The city slicker's waitin' for the country boy G To lay all his money down
You know everything comes to a standstill C Nothin' seems to make a turn D7 Worm must be waitin' for the early bird G I guess the early bird's waitin' for the worm
Nobody wants to do nothin' C Just waitin' to get a finger in the pie D7 Waitin' for a call from a big quiz show G Or hopin' and a-waitin' and for some rich uncle to die
Katy she's waitin' at the garden gate C The moonshiner's waitin' at the still D7 And the gambler's still waitin' for that Ace in the hole G I guess Jack's still waitin' for Jill
Everybody's waitin' for sumpin' C Nothing seems to turn out right D7 Cause the night shift's waitin' for mornin' G And the burglar just waitin' for night
The congregation's waitin' for the preacher C Preacher just waitin' for the groom D7 The groom's just waitin' for the June bride G And the bride's just waitin' for June
Sunflow'rs waitin' for the sunshine C Violets just waitin' for dew D7 Bees just waitin' for honey G And honey I'm just waitin' for you
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