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Honkytonk Man Recorded by Marty Robbins and Clint Eastwood Written by Billie Jean Horton, Tillman Franks and Howard Hausey
C Em Well I've never seen you look quite so sad F C And I've never felt me feel quite so bad F C E7 Am And I know we both feel that we have been had D7 G7 Well I guess they were just not that strong
F C E7 Am So I lost my woman and you lost your man F C Em And who knows who's right or who's wrong F C E7 Am But I've got my guitar and I've got a plan F C G7 C Throw your arms 'round this honkytonk man
F C Throw your arms 'round this honky tonk man F G7 And we'll get through this night the best way we can F C Em Am It's the best old pain killer since hurting began F C G7 C Throw your arms 'round this honkytonk man
Em I miss that woman you miss him too F C There's not a hell of a lot we can do F C E7 Am But cling to each other 'till the hurting is through D7 G7 But the hurt can only last just so long
F C E7 Am You be my woman I'll be your man F Em Even if just for a while F C E7 Am I've still got my guitar and I've got a plan F C G7 C Throw your arms 'round this honkytonk man
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