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Hard Luck Ace Recorded by Lacy J. Dalton Written by Aaron Anderson and Lacy J. Dalton
C F C On a cold and foggy evening in 1959 D#7 C Waylon Jennings nearly lost his life F C The Big Bopper talked the outlaw into giving up his seat A#7 C With Buddy Holly on that midnight flight
F C Well the paper said it must have been the snowstorm F C Or that the pilot made a grave mistake F D#7 F C Well the rest all died that night but the lone wolf he survived A#7 C And I say hat's off to another hard luck ace
F C We were on the road with Haggard back in '85 D#7 C The year they wrote The Amber Waves of Grain F C The Okie from Muskogee was speaking for us all A#7 C When he wrote that song to bring the farmers aid
F C But just last month I heard that he got tired F C And went away to rest and write some place F D#7 F C Tell Merle we're on his side 祖ause he and Mama Tried A#7 C And I say hat's off to another hard luck ace
F C Some of them are with us and some of them are gone A#7 G7 Some of them are out there somewhere barely hanging on F C Each one is a treasure no one can take his place A#7 C And I say hat's off to another hard luck ace
F C I remember meeting Janis in a bar in Santa Cruz D#7 C With a dealer she pretended to ignore F C She was swiggin' southern comfort and every time her glass ran low A#7 C The man behind the bar poured out some more
F C And I saw the dealer slip her something quickly F C Do you 壮pose he knew she had no time to waste F D#7 F C And when she stumbled for the door and revved up that old Porsche A#7 C Well I said hat's off to another hard luck ace
F C They say Hank Jr. fell off of a mountain D#7 C Said he'd never walk or sing no more F C Well the devil made the deal but you don't cheat the man of steel A#7 C And Hank just had to even up the score
F C Now some called it a family tradition F C Others say that he just fell from grace F D#7 F C Well you should see Bocephus now Lord he'd do his daddy proud A#7 C And I say hat's off to another hard luck ace
F C Hat's off to another hard luck ace F C Hard luck ace
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