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Montana Song Written and recorded by Hank Williams Jr.
C F C I'm going to Montana to spend the winter F I hear the snows are deep up there and the winds are cold C Way out there the blues will never find me F Dm G7 Oh I'm going to Montana to rest my soul
F G7 C I wish that special someone was going along F G7 C But she don't love me anymore so I'll be gone F G7 Maybe I can find someone who cares C Am Bout the man I am stead of clothes I wear F G7 Cause I ain't taking nothing but my boots F G7 And jeans and a big ole coat along
F G7 C But o-h Lord wouldn't her warm skin feel good at night F G7 C Making love in a sleeping bag and holding each other tight F G7 C Am We'd spend the days side by side riding upon the great divide F G7 F G7 And look across America and feel so free inside
F G7 C Oh Lord that would be quite a change for a country boy like me F G7 C Out there in the snow drifts right up to my knees F G7 C Am And as I warm my hands by the fire I'd have to fight off a great desire F G7 F G7 To call that girl and ask her to come out here for a while
F G7 C I wish that special someone was going along F G7 C But she don't love me anymore so I'll be gone F G7 Maybe I can find someone who cares C Am A sweet simple girl who'd like to share F G7 F This love I've held inside me for so long Dm C And help me sing my Montana song ooh
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