Twenty One Years Is A Mighty Long Time lyrics and chords
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Twenty One Years Is A Mighty Long Time Recorded by the Gibson Brothers Written by Paul Clayton Worthington [3/4 time]
C G7 The judge said stand up lad and dry up your tears C You're sentenced to prison for twenty one years C7 F So dry up your tears love and kiss me goodbye G7 C The best friends must part love so must you and I
G7 I hear the train coming t'will be here at nine C To take me to prison to serve out my time C7 F I look down the railway and plainly I see G7 C You standing there waving your goodbye's to me
G7 Six months have gone by love I wish I were dead C This dark dreary dungeon and stone for my bed C7 F It's raining it's hailing the moon shows no light G7 C Now won't you tell me love why you never write
G7 I've counted the raindrops I've counted the stars C I've counted the footsteps I've counted the bars C7 F I've counted on you love to get me a break G7 C But I guess you've forgotten I'm here for your sake
G7 So come ye young fellows with hearts brave and true C Don't trust any woman you're doomed if you do C7 F Don't trust any woman no matter what kind G7 C For twenty one years is a mighty long time
G7 C For twenty one years is a mighty long time
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