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Three Chord Country Song lyrics and chords

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Three Chord Country Song lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's really a great song recorded by Red Steagall.
I love this old song, it's fun and easy to learn.


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Three Chord Country Song
Recorded by Red Steagall
written by Danny and Red Steagall

G D7
Don't you dare put a quarter in the jukebox
If you don't intend to play a country song
When you punch those buttons just make sure it's Merle or Moe or Willie
C D7 G
Someone that I can cry with all night long

It's not that I don't like the jazz on Bourbon Street
C D7
And it's not that I don't care for rock and roll
G D7
But tonight I'm in the mood for country music
C D7 G
Just a heart breaking three chord country song

No other kind of music tells a story
Like Lonesome 77203
And The Keys In The Mailbox paints a picture in my mind
C D7 G
Cause I keep hoping she'll come back to me

Repeat #2


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Three Chord Country Song lyrics and chords