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The Tall Tall Gentleman Written and recorded by Carl Smith
C G7 It happened in the hills a long time ago C G7 Now the story can be told F About a man that stood six foot ten C G7 C G7 The women all called him the tall tall gentleman C G7 C The women all called him the tall tall man
F C He rides through the night on a big black stallion G7 C Setting all the girls aflame F C The tall tall gentleman on the big black stallion F C But they didn’t know his name F C No one knew his name
G7 Well the young girls cried when he left them C G7 The old maids begged him to come again C F Their every wish every minute C G7 C G7 Was please come again tall tall gentleman C G7 C Please come again tall tall man
G7 Well he rode to miss Lucy’s late one night C G7 Been going there for years so it seemed alright C F A shotgun blast and old tall went down C G7 C G7 Lucy’s old man was back in town C G7 C Lucy’s old man was back in town
Repeat #2 He rode though...
G7 Now high on a mountain in the hills of Tennessee C G7 There’s a tall tombstone without a name C G7 F Flowers on the grave a stallion stands near
C G7 C G7 Waitin’ on the return of the tall tall gentleman C G7 C Waitin’ on the return of the tall tall man
F C He rides no more on the big black stallion G7 C Setting all the girls aflame F C The tall tall gentleman on the big black stallion F C They never knew his name F C No one ever knew his name
F C No one ever knew his name
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