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Walking To Jerusalem Recorded by Tracy Byrd Written by Sam Hogin and Mark D. Sanders
C G7 I dressed up in my best my Ropers and my vest F C And waited by the door with these roses G7 Till you came walking in with your high fluting friends F C So busy looking down your noses F G7 Now here you are ignoring me oh girl I might as well be
C Walking to Jerusalem marching with Methuselah F C Readin' signs in Arabic ravin' like a lunatic G7 By the time you tell me I'm the one F I'll be sticking out my thumb C G7 C And walking to Jerusalem
You wore your boots last night G7 You kissed and held me tight F C You said you'd always be my cowgirl
But tonight you're hanging out G7 With the Christian Dior crowd F C So where does that leave me now girl F You're as cold as Polar regions G7 I oughta join the French Foreign Legion
repeat #2 And go walking...
F I can see me in a long robe G7 Studying the book of Job C Walking to Jerusalem marching with Methuselah F C Readin' signs in Arabic ravin' like a lunatic G7 By the time you tell me I'm the one F I'll be sticking out my thumb C And walking
G7 By the time you tell me I'm the one F I'll be sticking out my thumb C G7 C And walking to Jerusalem G7 C G7 C And walking to Jerusalem walking to Jerusalem
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