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Gambler And The Lady Recorded by Norma Jean Written by Marijohn Wilkin
G D7 They met by chance on a riverboat on the way to New Orleans G He was a handsome gambler she was any young man's dream G7 C The thrill they felt when daylight fell was plain for all to see G D7 G The gambler and the lady who was someone's bride to be
D7 In her cabin was a satin gown and the veil of snowy white G Her wedding in the chapel was set for Friday night G7 C Funny how just three short plays can change a lady's plans G D7 G She knew she'd have to tell her groom she loves a gamblin' man
D7 They lived and laughed and gambled all through the night and day G For the love of this gambler she threw her life away G7 C The dealer dealt him one last chance the lady caught her breath G D7 G She saw he held the ace of spades the gambler's card of death
D7 They stepped ashore in New Orleans her heart was filled with fear G The ace of spades had told her that someone's death was near G7 C Her bridegroom took one look at them and knew that he had lost G D7 G And now he must defend his pride no matter what the cost
D7 She watched him as he took a tiny pistol from his vest G She cried don't kill this gamblin' man just because I love him best G7 C The lady ran between them as the shot rang in the night G D7 G For the love of the gambler she paid with her life
C G D7 G For the love of a gambler the lady gave her life
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