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Lone Star Blues Recorded by George Strait Written by Delbert McClinton and Gary Nicholson
C At a truck stop in San Angelo F Saw a billboard about this rodeo G7 This weekend out in El Paso C So I signed up to ride
I drew a bull called Original Sin F Heard he'd killed a couple of men G7 Figured it was something I could win C Cause the devil was on my side
I was havin' myself one hell of a ride F But I ended up disqualified G7 That old bull just up and died C Before they blew the whistle
With them north Texas blues F Thought I'd paid all my dues G7 Then those south Texas blues C Told me son you ain't through
Had the east Texas blues F And the west Texas too G7 I've done all I know to do
Tryin' to lose tryin' to lose C These ol' Lone Star Blues
Well I got laid off at Brown and Rue F Then on my way back to cuttin' chute G7 I lost my wrist watch and my boots C Shootin' dice with a dude from Houston
Well there ain't no jobs here workin' cattle F So I got on part time haulin' gravel G7 With some outfit from Seattle C Out here building custom homes
Well I gassed my truck and I packed my clothes F Turned in my key and I hit the road G7 I said cow town's where I'll go C You never know I might get lucky
Well I got a friend there turning knobs F At a place called Billy Bobs G7 Said he thought he could get me a job there C Workin' as a bouncer
First night on the job was just insane F Some ol' boy got all deranged G7 Hit me in the head with a Harley chain C To this day my ears still ring
G7 I've done all I know to do
Tryin' to lose tryin' to lose C These ol' Lone Star blues
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