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Texas Tea Recorded by Leroy Van Dyke Written by Sacha Distel and Jack Reardon
G Am D7 I was just a poor boy who lived on forty acres of bad land C D7 G D7 I remember how she laughed the day I asked Joanna for her hand G Am D7 She called me a ploughboy and said she couldn't love the likes of me C D7 G D7 Back then we didn't know that I would soon discover Texas Tea
G Am D7 I told her I loved her and I would work my fingers to the bone C D7 G D7 But Joanna wanted wealth and servants and a mansion for a home G Am D7 And I was heartbroken Joanna didn't want me comin' round C D7 G D7 Back then we didn't know about the Texas Tea that bubbled neath my ground
G Am D7 Where once stood a cabin I live in a southern mansion now C D7 G D7 And I gaze at the oil wells that stand on the ground I used to plow G Am D7 Now there's someone comin' I think it's Joanna that I see C D7 G D7 And I haven't seen her since back before I found my Texas Tea
G Am D7 You're welcome Joanna it's always good to see an old old friend C D7 G D7 Yes I still remember I loved you and I begged you for your hand G Am D7 But I'm just a ploughboy and you couldn't love the likes of me C D7 G D7 So goodbye Joanna I've got to see about my Texas Tea
C D7 G Goodbye Joanna I've got to see about my Texas Tea
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