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Waitin' For Dawn Till Dawn Written and recorded by Stonewall Jackson
G C G D7 When I was young and foolish and always on the go C G A7 D7 I met up with this beauty out on the western coast G C G D7 I learned that she was married and that her name was Dawn C G D7 G But to know that she was married didn't send me home
C G We'd meet in secret places all along the bay C A7 D7 I realize it wasn't right for man to live that way G C G D7 We lived high on his money as though it was our own C G D7 G And cared not how it broke his heart to wait for Dawn till dawn
C G D7 When he ran out of money his wife ran out of time C G A7 D7 So that's when she divorced him at last she was all mine G C G D7 But I worked longer hours so far into the night C G D7 G To buy Dawn's pretty dresses so short and oh so tight
C G For weeks now I've been searching for work with better pay C A7 D7 That last two thousand that she spent I don't see how I'll pay G C G D7 It must be time for reapin' the wild seeds that I've sown C G D7 G At three A.M. I'm weeping as I wait for Dawn till dawn C G D7 G Yes at three A.M. I'm weepin' as I wait for Dawn till dawn
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