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Texas Plains lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only,
it's an up tempo song that's fun and easy to play, it was recorded by Hank Snow.
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Texas Plains Recorded by Hank Snow Written by Stuart Hamblen
C D7 Down in my dreams somehow it seems that I'm back where I belong G7 C Just a country hick way down in the sticks back where I was born D7 All the city lights and the city ways are driving me insane G7 C I wanna be alone I wanna be back home out on the Texas plains
D7 I wanna drink my java from an old tin can while the moon comes shining high G7 C I wanna hear the call of a whippoorwill I wanna hear a coyote whine D7 I wanna feel my saddle horse between my legs just riding him out on the range G7 Just to kick him in the sides let him show his step and pride C Out on the Texas plains
D7 I wanna hear the thunder as it goes and rolls I wanna feel the rain in my face G7 C Just a thousand miles from the city lights living a cowboy ways D7 I wanna sleep at night beneath the stars above with that whole moon shining down G7 C I wanna cook my grub over cactus coals fifty miles from town
D7 Sometime soon I'm going back back where the skies are blue G7 C In a little hut just built for two back where my dreams come true Well I'm tired of subways and the forty story shacks D7 I'm trading the wide open range G7 C I wanna go back please take me back out on the Texas plains
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