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Dog Blues lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use
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Low Dog Blues Recorded by John Anderson Written by Lionel Alton Delmore and John David Anderson
C C7 F C Lonesome low dog blues holes in both my shoes D7 G7 I wish I had a darlin' to tell my troubles to C C7 F Em Worried about tomorrow today's like yesterday F C F I've got nothin' to do and I've got nothin' to lose C G7 C But these lonesome low dog blues
C7 F C I've had my share of troubles I never laid my burdens down D7 G7 Lonesome always follows me like a shadow on the ground C C7 F Em An ocean full of misery is just a drop to me F C F I've got nothin' to do and I've got nothin' to lose C G7 C But these lonesome low dog blues
C7 F C Old hound dog's chained in the backyard and he wishes he was free D7 G7 But if he's got food and water Lord he's better off than me C C7 F Em And I don't worry about money money don't worry about me F C F I've got nothin' to do and I've got nothin' to lose C G7 C But these lonesome low dog blues
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