The Night Hank Williams Came To Town lyrics and chords
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Night Hank Williams Came To Town lyrics and chords are intended for
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recorded by Johnny Cash.
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The Night Hank Williams Came To Town Recorded by Johnny Cash Written by Bobby Braddock and Charlie Williams
C F Harry Truman was our president G7 C A coke and burger cost you thirty cents F I was still in love with Mavis Brown C G7 C On the night Hank Williams came to town F I Love Lucy debuted on TV G7 C That was one big event we didn't see F Cause no one stayed at home for miles around C G7 C It was the night Hank Williams came to town F C Momma ironed my shirt and daddy let me take the truck D7 G7 I drove on out to Grapevine and picked old Mavis up C F We hit that county line for one quick round C G7 C On the night Hank Williams came to town F A thousand people sweltered in the gym G7 C Then I heard someone whisper hey that's him F That's when the crowd let out this deafening sound C G7 C It was the night Hank Williams came to town F On and on he sang into the night G7 C Jambalaya, Cheating Heart, I Saw the light F How'd they get Miss Audrey in that gown C G7 C On the night Hank Williams came to town
F C Mavis had her picture made with Hank out by his car D7 G7 She said he sure is humble for a Grand Ole Opry star C F Mavis said why don't we hang around C G7 C It ain't often that Hank Williams comes to town F C While Hank signed his autograph on Beaulah Rizner's fan D7 G7 Mavis got acquainted with the Drifting Cowboys Band C F The effect on all our lives was quite profound C G7 C On the night Hank Williams came to town
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