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The Fiddle Man lyrics and chords

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The Fiddle Man lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very good country song written and recorded by Red Steagall.

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The Fiddle Man
Written and recorded by Red Steagall

C G7
He came rollin' into Cowtown in a big old double trailer diesel rig
D7 G7
And just as luck would have it
D7 G7
Well the driver let him out in front
C
Of this old beer joint where I picked


He had a worn out fiddle case he carried like a child
F
Tucked beneath his arm as he walked in
C
He strolled up to the bandstand and laid a dollar down
G7 C
And wondered if we'd mind if he sat in


While he tuned up with the guitar
G7
Well the boys all turned around and looked at me

The way that he was dressed and looked everybody thought
C
That he was some old bum who walked in off the street


Then when he drew that bow across the strings and made 'em cry
F
We knew he wasn't no ordinary man
C
And when he hit a breakdown by himself to warm it up
G7 C
We knew we had a fiddler in our band

F
He played a good old country breakdown
C G7 C
Like you've never heard a breakdown played before
F
He made you feel like you're a part of Faded Love and Cheatin' Heart
D7 G7
And topped it off with Rose of San Antone

F
He played a verse of Uncle Pen the crowd would roar he'd play again
C
They bought him beer 'til he couldn't drink no more
G7
We thought he'd wear his fingers off
C
Cause the only time he'd ever stop was long enough rosin up the bow

F
He played a good old country breakdown
C G7 C
Like you've never heard a breakdown played before
F
He made you feel like you're a part of Faded Love and Cheatin' Heart
D7 G7
And topped it off with Rose of San Antone

F
He played a verse of Uncle Pen the crowd would roar he'd play again
C
They bought him beer 'til he couldn't drink no more
G7
And before we knew what he had done he'd buttoned that old fiddle up
C
And caught himself a ride on down the road

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