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Tramp On Your Street lyrics and chords

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Tramp On Your Street
Recorded by George Jones
Written by Billy Joe Shaver

It was a long time ago no shoes on my feet
G7 C
I walked ten miles of train track to hear Hank Williams sing
His body was worn but his spirit was free
G7 C
And he sang every song looking right straight at me

I'm just a tramp on your street
Hank you must understand
You've got my soul at your feet
Oh and my heart in your hand

Now I don't have to think and I don't have to cheat
G7 C
Oh I don't have to win and I don't want to lose
If I make any hay I'd just float away
G7 C
I don't count on tomorrow I just live for today

repeat #2 Sir I'm...

Hank you opened your heart
And you let me inside
And made a stray dog like me
Feel welcome tonight

repeat #1 Oh a long...


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