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Moffet Oklahoma Recorded by Charlie Walker Written by Curtis Leach and Claude McBride
C F I rolled into Moffet Oklahoma G7 C Down by that Arkansas state line F I walked into a honky tonk and ordered G7 C A glass of California wine
He said we got Oklahoma blue and we got Arkansas homebrew G7 But no sir we don't dig that foreign kind C F We got brandy rum and gin and moonshine for the men G7 C We don't dig no California wine
F A big cat stood up at a piano G7 C His beard was at least a foot long F I walked up to the bandstand and asked him G7 C To play me a hillbilly song
He said we play rock and we play pop we play blues and we play bop G7 But no sir we don't dig down on the farm C F We play jazz and we play jerk and we watch those miniskirts G7 C But we don't dig no hillbilly song
F I sat myself down at a poker table G7 C The sign read dealers' choice I played awhile F When my deal came I flipped the first card over G7 C Said spit in the ocean Cucamonga style
He said we play draw and we play stud and I mean bud we play for blood G7 But no sir we don't dig no nothin' wild C F You can buy one in a pinch stack the deck or check a cinch G7 C But we don't dig no Cucamonga style
F I dropped a dollar on the blackjack table G7 C And told the dealer let the face cards fall F I turned over eighteen and said hit me G7 C Well he did and that's the last thing I recall
Well I guess you know the rest I've got my semi pointed west G7 Whine big diesel whine C F And if I ever see old Moffet Oklahoma again G7 C Am It'll be west of the California line absolutely C G7 C West of that California line
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