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New York City Blues
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New York City Blues Written and recorded by Merle Haggard
C F Everyone in New York City's got a frowning face C G7 And I'm sure glad that I'm just passing through C C7 F This old country boy from Okie sure feels out of place C G7 C Why I'm singing these New York City blues
F Now southern hospitality is far behind C G7 A thing these Yankee folks don't ever use C C7 F You'll find it somewhere down below that Dixon Line C G7 C Oh Lord I got these New York City blues
F This old town sure gets lonely late at night C G7 When your only friend's a rotgut jug of booze C C7 F But come daylight in the morning I'll be out of sight C G7 C Lord I got these New York City blues
F Yeah southern hospitality will soon be mine C G7 Cause I'm going back where the sidewalks fit my shoes C F Mmm mmm mmm mmm mmm mmm C G7 C I got these New York City blues
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