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Me And Jimmie Rodgers lyrics and chords

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Me And Jimmie Rodgers lyrics and chords are meant for your personal use only, this is an excellent country song recorded by Ray Price.

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Me And Jimmie Rodgers
Recorded by Ray Price
Written by Shel Silverstein

G C D7
Me and Jimmie Rodgers used to ride
G
Them rollin' boxcars in the summertime
C D7
Jimmie he'd play his guitar I'd lay back
G
And watch the stars and sip my wine

C
Me and Audie Murphy used to crawl
G
Out on our bellies through the German lines
D7
No Audie I won't leave you here I'll pull you through
G
Cause buddy you're a pal of mine

C D7
Me and Phil Rizzuto didn't we move round
G
Like lightnin' on the double play
C D7
I'd look over in the stand and Marilyn
G
She’d see me and she'd smile and wave

C
Hell no Coach Lombardi this ole broken back
G
Ain't nothin' if the game was saved
D7
And fellows if I don't pull through
G
Just put a little golden football on my grave

C
John Wayne he once said to me them Japs will take the Island
G
And we've got to save the old Red White and Blue
C
Someone's got to swim out to the submarine and warn 'em
A7 D7
And Ray you know I hate like hell to ask you to

G C D7
Me and Rocky Maciano we used to spar
G
Together up in Stillman's Gym
C D7
Knowing someday it would be the Garden
G
And the championship for me or him

C
And Coop if no one in this town is man enough
G
To back you when Frank Miller comes
D7
Then come High Noon I'll walk with you
G
I may be young but I know how to use a gun

C
Betty Grable don't you cry you know that you can be a star
G
And with my drinkin' I'd just hold you back
C
Go on and sign the contracts hon and I will read about you
A7 D7
In some old newspaper blowin' cross some lonesome hobo camp

G C D7
Me and Jimmie Rodgers we still ride
G
Them rollin' boxcars in the summertime
C D7
Jimmie he plays his guitar while I lay back
G
And watch the stars and sip my wine

C
Me and Audie Murphy we still crawl
G
Out on our bellies through the German lines
D7
No Audie I won't leave you here I'll pull you through
G
Cause buddy you're a pal of mine

D7
Marilyn come over here hold me close to you
G
And kiss me one last time

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