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Send Me Down To Tucson Recorded by Mel Tillis Written by Cliff Crofford and Snuff Garrett [3/4 time]
C Em Am Em No one wants to go down to Tucson in the summer C Em Dm So this time the boss chose me G7 Dm G7 Dm I've been sort-a restless guess he thought it might help if G7 C Dm I got away from my wife and family
C Em Am Em There'd been no other woman since the mother of my children C Am Dm Fm And in each and every way she's a lady G7 Dm G7 Dm Now there's one that I'll remember a sultry night we spent together G G7 C And she satisfied the love inside of me
G7 C Em Am Em Go on and send me down to Tucson and I'll get the job done C Em Dm G7 Then call up the one who's love is free F G7 Em Am Dm Fm She may be easy and I love my lady but the lady don't satisfy G7 C The love inside of me
Em Am Em I know my lady's not to blame cause they raised her prim and proper C Am Dm Fm While another takes her pleasures where she can G7 Dm G7 Dm The one in Tucson she don't hide it and when she gets excited G G7 C She makes you feel you're every inch a man
Em Am Em But if I could have a wish that I knew would be granted C Am Dm Fm Don't you know that one wish would be G7 Dm G7 Dm Just to lay beside my lady and she'd be the kind of lady G7 C To satisfy the love inside of me
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