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In The Head lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only,
it's a very pretty song by Johnny Horton. Don't let the title fool you,
it's really a nice song, it does take practice.
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Tetched In The Head Recorded by Johnny Horton written by Tim Bradley and Ray Thomas C G7 Tetched in the head that’s what they say C F Pay ‘em no mind feeling ok
C Each little breeze carries all my cares away G7 Tetched in the head go where I choose C F Having a sin nothing to lose
C Always at ease everyday’s a holiday Em
Am Maybe I’m lazy maybe I’m hazy Em Am Maybe I’m wasting my time G7 Why should I hurry why should I worry D7
G7 I can be happy without a dime C G7 Tetched in the head having a care
F I wouldn’t trade with a millionaire
C That’s what I said I’d rather be tetched in the head Repeat #3 & 4
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