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Midnight In Montgomery lyrics and chords

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Midnight In Montgomery
Recorded by Alan Jackson
Written by Don Sampson and Alan Jackson

Dm C
Midnight in Montgomery silver eagle lonely road
A#7 Dm
I was on my way to Mobile for a big New Year's Eve show
I stopped for just a minute to see a friend outside of town
A#7 A7
Put my collar up I found his name and felt the wind die down

Dm C
And a drunk man in a cowboy hat took me by surprise
A#7 Dm
Wearing shiny boots a Nudie suit and haunting haunted eyes
He said friend it's good to see you it's nice to know you care
A#7 A7
Then the wind picked up and he was gone was he ever really there

C Dm C Dm
Cause its midnight in Montgomery just hear that whippoorwill
C Dm A7
See the stars light up the purple sky feel that lonesome chill
C Dm
When the wind is right you'll hear his songs smell whiskey in the air
C A#7 A7 Dm
Midnight in Montgomery he's always singing there

I climbed back on that eagle took one last look around
A#7 Dm
Through red tail lights the shadow moved slow across the ground
And off somewhere a midnight train is slowly passin' by
A#7 A7
I could hear that whistle moaning I'm so lonesome I could cry

Repeat #3

C Dm C Dm
He's always singing there Hank's always singing there


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