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Tennessee Stud lyrics and chords

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Tennessee Stud lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's really a fun song to do, it was recorded by Eddy Arnold. It takes a little practice but it's certainly doable.

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Tennessee Stud
recorded by Eddy Arnold
written by Jimmie Driftwood
intro:

Well there never was a hoss like the Tennessee stud
 

G
Along about eighteen twenty five
  F
I left Tennessee very much alive
      G
And I never would got through the Arkansas mud
                               D7        G
If I hadn't been a-riding that Tennessee stud


I had me some trouble with my sweetheart's Paw
    F
One of her brothers was a bad outlaw
       G         
I sent her a letter by my Uncle Fud
                        D7        G
Then I rode away on the Tennessee stud
   
                       F        G
The Tennessee Stud was long and mean
    C                        A7        D7
The color of the sun and his eyes were green
G                    F          G
He had the nerve and he had the blood
                                     D7        G
And there never was a horse like the Tennessee stud


We drifted on down into no man's land
    F
And crossed that river called the Rio Grande
  G
I raced my hoss with a Spaniard's foal
                             D7         G
Till I got me a skin full of silver and gold


Me and the gambler we couldn't agree
   F
We got in a fight over Tennessee
   G
We jerked our guns and he fell with a thud
                      D7        G
And I got away on the Tennessee stud


Well I got just as lonesome as a man could be
  F
A-dreaming of my girl in Tennessee
    G
The Tennessee Stud's green eyes turned blue
                               D7         G  
Cause he was dreaming bout his sweetheart too

We loped right back across Arkansas
  F
I whooped her brother and I whooped her Paw
     G
When I found that girl with the golden hair
                      D7        G
She was a-riding that Tennessee mare

Repeat #3

Stirrup to stirrup and side by side
   F
We crossed them mountains and the valleys wide
   G
We came to big muddy and then we forded a flood
                              D7        G
On the Tennessee Mare and the Tennessee stud


There's a pretty little girl on the cabin floor
      F 
And a little horse colt laying on the floor
  G
I love that girl with the golden hair
                                 D7        G
And the Tennessee stud loves the Tennessee mare

Repeat #3

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This is really a fun song to do, it has a nice rhythm and the chords are not really difficult, it takes a little practice for most of us. Use Tennessee Stud lyrics and chords to help you get started.

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