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Fort Worth Jail lyrics and chords

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Fort Worth Jail
Recorded by Jimmy Dean
Written by Dick Reinhardt

G7 C G7 C G7
Way down in the Fort Worth jailhouse feeling kinda low
C D7 G7 C
Nobody cares about me cause I ain't got no dough
G7 C G7
Well the No 9 so black and shiny took me off to jail
C D7 G7 C
My good gal said so long daddy cause I can't go your bail

G7 C G7
They put me in that cell so dreary turned them lights down low
C D7 G7 C
Fed me beans and hardtack cornbread said they'd never let me go
G7 C G7
All you ramblin' men take warning don't go near that big Cowtown
C D7 G7 C
Never trust a stockyard baby cause they'll always let you down

G7 C G7
Three more days I'm a gonna be a goin' down that road so long
C D7 G7 C
Looking for my blue eyed baby though I know she's done me wrong


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