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Bordertown Woman lyrics and chords

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Bordertown Woman 
Recorded by Mel McDaniel
Written by Max D. Barnes

C
Hell couldn't be any hotter
Dm
Than Nogales on the Fourth of July
G7
But two steps over the border
C
There ain't nothin' gringo money won't buy


Tequila was flowin' like water
F
Met a lady I couldn't refuse
C
I woke up dead with a rag on my head
G7 C
And a bad case of border town blues

F C
Bordertown woman let go of me
G7 C C7
Let me go home to the girl I love in Tennessee
F C
Bordertown woman give me my shoes
G7
And let me get out of town
C
I'm coming down with the blues


Nogales couldn't be any hotter
Dm
Than that look in Dolores’ eyes
G7
Love ain't never been any better
C
Wasn't nothin' than she wouldn't try


She knew I had run out of money
F
And I was gettin' in over my head

So I gave her my watch
C
And I carved one more notch
G7 C
On the foot of Dolores’ bed

Repeat #3

G7
Ah let me get out of town I'm coming down
C
With those mean old bordertown blues

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