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Charley Is My Name Written and recorded by Johnny Duncan
G C G D7 G I was sittin' in a honky tonk in Texas drinkin' beer C G A7 D7 Tryin' to find some peace of mind from a broken love affair C G When she walked right up and said hey boy B7 Em G You sure look down to me C G Am D7 G If you got the blues maybe you could use some feminine company
C G And her eyes were green like few ain't seen Am D7 G And her hair was the color of the sun C G A7 D7 A Leo child with a Texas smile I knew right then I should run C G Am D7 G She said I've lost a few just like you you know I've felt the pain C G Am D7 G But you can't stay down so dance this round and Charley is my name
C G D7 G Needless to say I spent the night with Charley by my side C G A7 D7 The days to come were filled with fun as we took love for a ride C G B7 Em D7 She laughed and cried whenever I'd say love is just a game C G Am D7 G And through her tears she'd say I'm real and Charley is my name
C G And her eyes were green like few ain't seen Am D7 G And her hair was the color of the sun C G A7 D7 A Leo child with a Texas smile I wish I never had run C G Am D7 G Now it's down a road that will never end somehow it's not the same C G Am D7 G And through my tears I can see her smile sayin' Charley is my name
C G Am D7 C G And through my tears I can see her smile sayin' Charley is my name
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