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Rosie (Do You Wanna Talk It Over)
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Rosie (Do You Wanna Talk It Over)
Recorded by Red Steagall
Written by Sonny Throckmorton

C
I know I'm not the first man
F C
To earn his living working rodeos
Dm G7
And Rosie's not the first girl
Dm G7 C
To try to make an empty house a home

F
I recall the first time I heard her cry
C
A thousand miles away
Dm G7
And I cursed the miles between us
Dm G7 C
And swore it wouldn't always be this way

F
Rosie do you wanna talk it over
G7 C
I'll come home and we can work things out
F
Rosie do you wanna talk it over
G7
She said no just stay in Houston

It really ain't no big thing
Dm G7 C
I just need some time to work things out


Every time I pick my saddle up
F C
I know that lonely finds my Rosie's door
Dm G7
Lord You know a traveling man
Dm G7 C
Can't give his woman what she hungers for


I win a first in Denver
F C
And the average in Ft. Worth and San Antone
Dm G7
Every year my name gets bigger
Dm G7 C
Lord I wish I was doing half that good at home


Now I wish I had a dollar
F C
Every time I heard the grandstands roar
Dm G7
Or a dime for every phone call
Dm G7 C
When we don't say I love you anymore


And the day when I called Rosie
F C
Lord You know she sounded awful low
Dm G7
And I cursed the miles between us
Dm G7 C
But Rosie just can't take it anymore

F
Rosie do you wanna talk it over
G7 C
I'll come home and we can work things out
F
Rosie do you wanna talk it over
G7
She said no just stay in Houston

Last night I found another
Dm
It's gone too far
G7 C
For us to work things out

F
Rosie do you wanna talk it over
G7 C
I'll come home and we can work things out
F
Rosie do you wanna talk it over
Dm
Has it gone too far
G7 C
For us to work things out
F C
Rosie don't you wanna talk it over

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