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Here I Come lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only,
it's a fun to do song recorded by George Jones and Brenda Carter.
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Milwaukee Here I Come Recorded by George Jones with Brenda Carter Written by Lee Fykes
C F C Well I'm gonna get on that old turpike and I'm gonna ride D7 G7 I'm gonna leave this town till you decide C F C Which one you want the most them Opry stars or me F C G7 C Milwaukee here I come from Nashville Tennessee
F C Milwaukee is where we were before we came here D7 G7 Workin' in a brewery making the finest beer C F C You come to me on a payday night said let's go to Tennessee F C G7 C So we came down to Nashville to the Grand Ole Opry
F C Well we were watchin' TV Ernest Tubb was singing loud D7 G7 I said that's the man for me I love him there's no doubt C F C I'm leavin' you and going out to find out where he's at F C G7 C And if I can’t get him I'll settle for that bluegrass Lester Flatt
F C I'm a gonna get on that ol' turnpike and I'm gonna ride D7 G7 I'm a gonna leave this town till you decide C F C Which one you love the best me or Jerry Lee F C G7 C Milwaukee here I come from Nashville Tennessee
F C I'm a goin' now and trade my ol' Ford for an Olds D7 G7 Huh I might get all drunked up and trade it for the Rolls C F C There's a one thing I know for sure I'll always be blue F C G7 C There ain't no way to get drunk enough to stop lovin' you
F C G7 C Oh Milwaukee here I come from Nashville Tennessee
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