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Hogtied Over You lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use
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and Cowboy Copas.
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I'm Hogtied Over You Recorded by Patsy Cline and Cowboy Copas Written by Tennessee Ernie Ford
C F I'm hogtied over you C I'm hogtied over you G7 You're my baby and I don't mean maybe C I'm hogtied over you
G7 Do you remember darling when we was on the farm C I'd chase you around the hog-pen and chase you in the barn G7 And then I'd grab a plow-point and crack you on the head C And then we'd both sit right down and laugh until we was almost dead
G7 Do remember darling hunting duck eggs in the branch C And then you’d grab and kiss me every time you had the chance G7 And then you'd hold me under until my face turned blue C But I'd come up a choking saying darling I love you
G7 And as the years went by dear I learned to love you so C Until you dropped the anvil right on my little toe G7 And how you came to my house and watched me feed the hogs C And sit around with googoo eyes and pet your possum dog
G7 And when we'd make molasses I'd always join you there C You'd get some on a cane stalk and stick it in my hair G7 And then you'd grab a shotgun and just before you'd shoot C Your ma would grin and say them young 'uns mercy ain't they cute
G7 Oh I will always remember those days as long as I live C And all the things you did to me I surely will forgive G7 I remember in the haystack when you kissed me it was fun C If only when you'd kissed me you hadn't jumped up and run
G7 C I'm hogtied over you
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