Honky Tonk Night On Broadway
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Frizzell and Shelly West.
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Another Honky Tonk Night On Broadway Recorded by David Frizzell and Shelly West Written by Milton Brown, Snuff Garrett, Stephen H. Dorff
C Am C G7 I sold my horse and saddle rode the Greydog to New York C G7 My guitar and fifty dollars between being all alone Dm G7 Dm G7 Found a job that pays ok but it costs twice as much to stay Dm G7 C So I’ll just buy myself a beer and dream of home
Am C G7 When things ain’t going good that’s when everything goes bad C G7 But this old bar’s my home away from home Dm G7 Dm G7 I won’t worry about tomorrow cause tonight I’ll drown my sorrow Dm G7 C Think about that sweet thing back in San Antoine
F I’m hangin’ in by hangin’ out till I drink the night away C Till I find my name in neon lights I guess I’m gonna have to stay Dm G7 Dm G7 But I’m tired of sleepin’ all alone my arms can reach to San Antoine Dm G7 C So tonight’ll be another honky tonk night on Broadway
When all that’s on my mind is the love you left behind Dm G7 That’s when honkin’ tonkin’ helps to ease the pain Dm G7 And you know that I get lonesome too Dm G7 But these cowboys know I belong to you Dm G7 C And I’m waitin’ till I’m in your arms again
Repeat #3 x2
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