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Whine Whistle Whine lyrics and chords are intended for your personal
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Whine Whistle Whine Recorded by John Anderson Written by Don Goodman and Mark Sherrill
G I hopped aboard a southbound freight
And hid behind a packing crate Am Settle back to catch me forty winks D7 I got to thinkin' about my goodbye note Am D7 And worrying about the words I wrote Am D7 G Wondering what that woman is gonna think
She's made me a good wife
And had me working nine to five Am But that's what made this rambling fever grow D7 And freezin' neath an old tin hat Am D7 Ain't exactly where it's at Am D7 G When the sun is shining bright in Mexico
C G So whine you whistle whine D7 G Keep moving me on farther down the line C G Whine you whistle whine D7 G There's a memory trying to catch up with my mind
Leavin' never hurt before
But something outside that door Am Calls my name with every mile of track D7 And this lonesome feeling deep inside Am D7 Is making it kinda hard to ride Am D7 G And now and then I catch me looking back
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