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Rest Awhile lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very good country song recorded by Bobby Bare.
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Rest Awhile Recorded by Bobby Bare Written by Shel Silverstein [3/4 time]
C F Does anyone know of a girl who might like G7 C A tired old boy on a rusty old bike F Who just pulled in today from the Florida Glades G7 C And just got to stop and rest awhile and rest awhile
F Does anyone know of someone who can use G7 C A hard working fool who don't ever touch booze F Who's only vice is a roll of the dice G7 C And he's just got to stop and rest awhile and rest awhile
F C Easy there lady I don't want no trouble G7 C I'll pay for my chili and leave F C Easy there mister I got the money D7 G7 And if I was you I'd let go of my sleeve
C F Does anyone know of a place I can sleep G7 C Where I won't hear the cry of the wind as she weeps F For a poor wandering soul who got no place to go G7 C And just got to stop and rest awhile and rest awhile
F C No fellers you can't have a ride G7 C Cause my bike and my girls I don't share F C Hey sheriff thank you for stopping D7 G7 And being concerned bout the length of my hair
C F Can anyone lend me a half tank of gas G7 C And I guess that a smile would be too much to ask F Cause your warm friendly town don't want my kind around G7 C And I guess I can't stop and rest awhile and rest awhile
F C Hello momma your boys coming home G7 C Cause my bike and my dreams all got wrecked F C No momma don't hung up the phone D7 G7 I'm sorry that I had to call you collect
C F Can anyone lend me a half tank of gas G7 C I guess that a smile would be too much to ask F Your warm friendly town don't want my kind around G7 C I guess I won't stop and rest awhile and rest awhile
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