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this is very a good country song written and recorded by Randy Travis.
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Send My Body Written and recorded by Randy Travis
C Well the judge he found me guilty of wrong doing F C And he sentenced me to hang in mid-July
He looked down at me and said your life's a ruin D7 G7 If I were you I'd break right down and cry
C But nobody seems to care that I ain't guilty F C Lord I never did the things they said I've done
But I guess they're gonna have to hang somebody D7 C G7 C And it's looking like I'm gonna be the one
F C So send my body home on a freight train F C And don't worry none that I don't go first class F C Am Send my body home on a freight train D7 G7 So everyone can see me when I pass
F C Don't worry none about no fancy funeral F C It don't matter how they lay me down F C Am You see they bury me out by momma's apple tree D7 G7 C And send my body back to my home town
My momma was a damn hard workin’ woman F C And she tried to raise us kids without a pa Am Last thing that she said she was on her dying bed D7 G7 Was son don't get in trouble with the law
C Whenever my time comes to meet my maker F C I'm gonna try to do my very best Am I'm gonna try to stand and take it like a man D7 G7 C When they ask if I have one request
F C Am Yeah see they bury me out by momma's apple tree D7 G7 C And send my body back to my home town
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