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great old song was co-written and recorded by Hank Thompson.
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Hangover Tavern Recorded by Hank Thompson Written by Johnny Lowe, Mary Lowe, Hank Thompson
G D7 C G Oh Lordy me I feel so bad this mornin' E7 Oh but I won't be feelin' bad too long A7 D7 G D7 I'm headed for Hangover Tavern G D7 C G My head is heavy my spirit's kinda low E7 And every time I feel this way A7 D7 G To Hangover Tavern I go
C Well this bar I'm talkin' about G The shades are pulled down
To keep the sunshine out Em The beer is poured in a frosty cup A7 D7 The good bartender cheers you up
G D7 C G Sayin' hey Lordy me if you feel bad this mornin' E7 Then watch your blues just fade away A7 D7 G At Hangover Tavern today
D7 C G Oh Lordy me when I woke up this mornin' E7 I just had to make my way A7 D7 G D7 On down to Hangover Tavern
G D7 C G My throat is dry there's red around my eyes E7 But I'll have lots of company A7 D7 G At Hangover Tavern for me
C On Saturday night we stay out late G The very next day we congregate Em I just can't wait for the very first round A7 D7 Tell the man to turn the jukebox down
G D7 C G Cause hey Lordy me I feel so bad this mornin' E7 But I'll drink my blues away A7 D7 G E7 At Hangover Tavern today
A7 D7 G Hangover Tavern here I come
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