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The Blues Man
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good country song written and recorded by Hank Williams Jr.
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The Blues Man Written and recorded by Hank Williams Jr.
G C I'm just a singer a natural born guitar ringer D7 G Kind of a clinger to sad old songs Am I'm not a walk behinder I'm a new note finder D7 G But my name's a reminder of a blues man that's already gone
C So I started drinking and took things that messed up my thinking D7 G I was sure sinking when you came along Am I was alone in the hot lights not too much left in sight D7 G But she changed all that in one night when she sang me this song
D7 G Am Hey baby I love you hey baby I need you G D7 G Hey baby you ain't got to prove to me you're some kind of macho man Am You've wasted so much of your life running through the dark nights D7 G Let me shine some love light down on that blues man
C I got so sick of speeding all the stuff they said I was needing D7 G If I was to keep pleasing all of my fans Am I got cuffed on dirt roads I got sued over no-shows D7 G But you came and took all that old load down off this blues man
D7 G Am Hey baby I love you too hey baby I need you D7 G Hey baby I do get tired of this traveling band Am I'm thirty years old now nights would be cold now D7 G If you hadn't stuck it out with this blues man
Am I'm thirty years old now nights sure would be cold now D7 G If you hadn't hung around with this blues man
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