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St. Louis Blues lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use
only, it's really a fun to do song recorded by Merle Haggard and Asleep
at the Wheel.
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St. Louis Blues Recorded by Merle Haggard and Asleep At The Wheel Written by William Handy
C F C Lord I hate to see that evening sun go down F C I hate to see that evening sun go down G7 C Cause my baby she's gone she don’t love me no how
G7 I’m insane rich man with a diamond ring C Ah she pulls that guy around town by her apron strings G7 And if it weren’t for powder and that store bought hair C D7 G7 Well that gal of mine wouldn’t have gone so far from here
C F C I got the St. Louis blues I’m as blue as I can be F C And that man got a heart like a rock cast in the sea G7 C Or else he wouldn't have carried her so dog-gone so far from me
F C Listen all you rounders you better leave my good gal alone F C I said listen all you rounders you better leave my good gal alone G7 C Cause you can’t give her nothing that she can’t get at home
F C Sump’um about you momma sure give me the blues F C Ah there’s sump’um about you momma sure give me the blues G7 C It ain’t your drop stitch stockings might be your blue buckle shoes
F C Cause a black-headed women makes a freight train jump the track F C I said a black headed woman makes a freight train jump the track G7 C And that ole long tall gal makes a bullfrog ball the jack
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