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Blues lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's
an amusing song recorded by Hank Williams.
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First Year Blues Recorded by Hank Williams Written by Ernest Tubb C Now I've been married about six months C7 F Only six months you see G7 The first three months was all ok C But the last three is killing me My wife began her hissing cut down on her kissing C7 F And then she failed to shine my shoes G7 My shirts they came up wrinkled My pants with dirt were sprinkled C And then I took the first year blues Well then she started nagging She left the sink a'sagging C7 F With dishes piled up high G7 No food upon the table she said if she was able C She'd cook something bye and bye Then I began to wonder if I had made a blunder C7 F G7 When I said I do she must have read my thinking C Her eyes began to blinking and that gal broke into Well I heard the dishes crashing C7 F And I began to dashing getting out of sight G7 For right there was my honey C On who I'd spent my money turning into dynamite Then after she'd exploded her meanness all unloaded C7 F And things began to simmer down G7 I found myself a'bleeding and very much a'needing C Of stitches taken all around Well then she started crying I felt myself a'sighing C7 F And then I took her in my arms G7 I was afraid to scold her so I just gently told her C She didn't do a bit of harm Now the first six months is over and I am much the older C7 F And experienced with a wife G7 If I can stand the next six my friends all say I'll be fixed C To take it the rest of my life
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