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Hitch Hiking Girl Recorded by Red Sovine Written by Ray King
C F I was rolling along minding my business C G7 I didn't have a worry in this world C F Then on up ahead on that big open road G7 C My lights picked up a hitchhiking girl
F Then it all happened with a hiya hon' C G7 Can I give you a lift down the road C F Can't take you too fast gotta learn to take it slow D7 G7 I've got on a heavy load
C She said that's alright big boy
Take all the time you need F C And by the way my name is Pearl F C So I pulled in my rig at the next truck stop G7 C Just me and my hitchhiking girl
F Then it started again with a G-bend C G7 Oh you sure are big and strong C F She purred like a kitten and then I was admittin' D7 G7 That this affair just couldn't be wrong
C Then my troubles became double with a friendly embrace F C Man she really had me in a whirl F C When I woke up at dawn my wallet was gone G7 C And so was my hitchhiking girl
F Then it all ended with a what the C G7 Boy she really took me for a ride C F Can't eat today might as well be on my way D7 G7 Just me and my busted pride
C So I headed out once more too broke to be poor F C But a lesson I've learned from this girl F C Now you can take it from me and the ICC G7 C Don't ever trust a hitchhiking girl
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