The Letter That Johnny Walker Read lyrics and chords
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The Letter That Johnny Walker Read Recorded by Alseep At The Wheel Written by Ray Benson, Leroy Preston, Chris Frayne
G Johnny Walker sat at a table in a bar D7 Minding his own affairs C D7 Drinking his namesake over the rocks
He was drunk too drunk to care
G When a girl from the bar walked up beside him D7 And this is what she said C D7 She said a woman came by with a letter for you G And this is what the letter said
D7 Dear John please Johnny please come home G I need your love and the kids they gotta be fed D7 And John if you don't hurry back I'll be gone
Yes that's what the letter said G The letter that Johnny Walker read
D7 Then John he got up from the table C D7 Slowly so slowly he walked outside G D7 He was thinking of his wife and little children back at home C D7 G And how his drinking had ruined their lives
D7 Then John he stared off into that street light C D7 In a vision filled his poor poor heart with dread G D7 For you see folks it was him lying drunk in the gutter C D7 G Clutching in his hand the letter that Johnny Walker read
And this is what it said
Repeat #3 x2 D7 Yes that's what the letter said G The letter that Johnny Walker read D7 Yes that's what the letter said G The letter that Johnny Walker read
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