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Man Singin' The Blues lyrics and chords are here for your personal use
only, this is a good country song written and recorded by Merle Haggard.
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White Man Singin' The Blues Written and recorded by Merle Haggard [3/4 time] G C G The old man paid no mind to color C G Cause he knew that I'd been down and out C G Old Joe said that I was a soul brother D7 G And things I'd been singin' about
C G Well he liked how I played my old guitar C G So he sit down beside me to sing C G Together we hummed out an old timey blues D7 G Hmm hmm dudely dang
C G From the same side of the railroad track D7 Where people have nothing to lose C G I'm the son of a gambler who's luck never came D7 G And a white man singin' the blues
C G Well we've both done a heap of hard livin' C G And hard to describe in a song C G But the blues was one thing we both understood D7 G And the old man that hummed right along
Repeat #3 x2
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