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One More Song
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very pretty song recorded by Jim Ed and the Browns.
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One More Song Recorded by Jim Ed and The Browns Written by Jack Tempchin [3/4 time]
C F I was singing in a bar in San Diego C G7 When the clock on the wall said time to go C F An old man in a chair by the fire C G7 C Said would you boys mind playing one more
One more song for the night gone by G7 One more song for the long ride home C F One more song before I walk out the door C G7 C One more song before I'm alone
F Me and my buddies we were known as the Silverado's C G7 And I was leaving town for good that night C F So we sang him one more in that old Sombrero Bar C G7 F Beneath the broken neon light
C One more song for the night gone by G7 One more song for the long ride home C F One more song before I walk out the door C G7 F One more song before I'm alone
C F So we sang him a sad and a sweet one C G7 And we sang it so soft and so high C F Then his tired eyes smiled goodbye C G7 F When the waitress said closing time
C F I thought it's funny the places life will lead you C G7 As I was packing away my old guitar C F I was singing this song as the road raced along C G7 F And the empty night swallowed my car
C One more song for the night gone by G7 One more song for the things we've done C F One more song for this road I'm traveling on C G7 F One more song for the times to come C One more song
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