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Stony Mountain West Virginia lyrics and chords are intended for your
personal use only, it's a very good country song written and recorded
by Buck Owens.
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Stony Mountain West Virginia Written and recorded by Buck Owens
C G7 C Stony Mountain West Virginia F C Is a place I long to be F C Stony Mountain West Virginia G7 C That's where my darling waits for me
G7 C Left my home one Sunday morning F C I stuck out for Tennessee F C To sing my songs and make my fortune G7 C And join the Grand Ole Opry
G7 C A man told me son you ain't got it F C Go back home while there's still time F C But I couldn't stand the thought of digging G7 C In that old Stony Mountain mine
G7 C I fell in with bad companions F C Robbed the bank in Memphis town F C Headed south scared and running G7 C They caught me in Birmingham
G7 C Jailer jailer pen and paper F C Write this letter for me please F C To Stony Mountain West Virginia G7 C And make me just a memory
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