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It's A Long Lonely Highway lyrics and chords are intended for your
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It's A Long Lonely Highway Recorded by Elvis Presley Written by Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman
C C7 It's a long lonely highway when you're travelling all alone F C And it's a mean old world when you got no one to call your own E7 Am F And you pass through towns too small to even have a name oh yeah C Am But you gotta keep on going on that road to nowhere C Am C Gotta keep on going though there's no one to care F C Just keep a moving down the line
C7 It's a long lonely highway without her by my side F C And it's a trail full of teardrops that keep on being cried E7 Am F My heart's so heavy it's a lowdown dirty shame oh yeah C Am You gotta keep on going on that road to nowhere C Am C Gotta keep on going though there's no one to care F C Just keep a moving down the line
F I got a rock for my pillow beneath the weeping willow C And the cool grass for my bed F My drinking water's muddy so don't you tell me buddy D7 G7 That I wouldn't be better off dead
C C7 Now it's a long lonely highway gettin' longer all the time F C And if she don't come and get me well I'm gonna lose my mind E7 Am F So if you read about me tell her she's the one to blame oh yeah C Am You gotta keep on going on that road to nowhere C Am C Gotta keep on going though there's no one to care F C Just keep a moving down the line
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