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Boxcar Willie lyrics chords

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These country classic song lyrics are the property of the respective artist, authors and labels, they are intended solely for educational purposes and private study only. The chords provided are my interpretation and their accuracy is not guaranteed.

Boxcar Willie lyrics with chords are intended for your personal use only, he wrote and recorded many country songs that are very good and fun to play and sing.  

No one could sing the old time hobo songs like Boxcar Willie (Lecil Travis Martin). He had that perfect style required to perform them so great. He even dressed the part with his overalls and floppy hat. He is missed by all who love his style of music. A very talented man indeed.

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Boxcar Willis lyrics with chords

A Good Old Country Song

Acky Breaky Heart

Ain't Gonna Be Your Day

America The Beautiful

Auld Lang Syne

Bad News

Big Freight Train Carry Me Home

Blue Eyed Girl Of Berlin

Boxcar Blues

Boxcar's My Home

Change Of Heart

Cheating Wife Again

Cody Wyoming

Cold Icey Fingers

Cold Windy City Of Chicago

Country Music Nightmare

Cowboys And Horses Hobos And Trains

Daddy Played Over The Waves

Daddy Was A Railroad Man

Don't Blame Me For What Happened Last Night

Don't It Make You Wanna Be A Kid Again

Don't Pretend

Dreary Day

Falling In Love

Forty Acres

Forty Nine Nights

From a Boxcar Door

From A Rolls To The Rails

Gypsy Lady And the Hobo

Hank And The Hobo

Hank You Still Make Me Cry


Hee Haw Honey

Hey Sabrino

Hobo Heaven

Hobo's Lament

Honey I Love You

Hot Box Blues

How Fast Them Trucks Will Go

I Don't Feel Like Doing Anything

I Just Gotta Go

I Love The Sound Of A Whistle

I Shout Hooray

I Wake Up Every Morning With A Smile On My Face

I Want To See My Hometown

I Won't Get Over You

I'm Getting Out While I'm Still Country

It Ain't No Record

Jesus I Need To Talk To You

Jesus Makes House Calls

Just To Love A Girl Like You


Keep On Rollin' Down The Line

Last Train To Heaven

Lefty Left Us Lonely

London Leaves

Lonesome Joe

Lonesome Old Town

Long Black Veil Around Her Heart

Long Long Train

Lord Don't Let Her Go

Losing My Mind

Love Is A Fire



Marching For Jesus

Mister Can You Spare A Dime

My Heart's Deep In The Heart Of Texas

My Old Kentucky Home

My Wife Won't Leave

No Help Wanted

Not On The Bottom Yet

Nothing Left But Memories

Old King Cole

Only In My Mind

Pipeliner Blues

Piston Packing Mama

Play The Star Spangled Banner Over Me

Ramblin' In My Shoes

Reflection Of An Old Man

Rusty Guitar Strings

Song Of Songs

Spirit Of America

Take Me Home

Thank You Old Flag Of Mine

The Day Elvis Died

The Fragrance Of Her Perfume

The Lord Made A Hobo Out Of Me

The Man I Used To Be

The Old Iron Trail

Think I'll Call Myself and Say Hello

This Is Texas Land

This Kind Of Man

Timothy The Tow Truck

To My Baby I'm A Big Star All The Time

Tomorrow The Sun's Gonna Shine


Trucker's Prayer

Watching A New Love Grow

We Made Memories

Whistle Ain't Made Of Gold

White Line Fever

Why Do You Want Me

Winds Of Yesterday

Yankee Doodle

You Got The Kind Of Love


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