Where Do I Go From Here (A Trucker's Song)
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recorded by Alan Jackson.
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Where Do I Go From Here (A Trucker's Song) Recorded by Alan Jackson Written by Robert Castleman and Stephen Foster
D7 G G7 C G D7 Well I came from Alabama with a banjo on my knee G G7 C G D7 G D7 I'm goin' to Louisiana my true love for to see G C G D7 It rained all night the day I left the weather it was dry G G7 C G D7 G The sun so hot I froze to death Suzanna don't you cry
D7 G I got a long way to go C G C I sure feel it now deep down in these dusty clothes G D7 Through another town backed up with capricious souls G I got a long way to go
D7 G I got a lot left to say C G C To the empty seat that stood beside me through the fray G D7 Through the midnight moon saw fit to light my way G I got a lot left to say
Em D7 But where do I go from here when I'm lost out on the road Em D7 The way's not clear to find my way back home C G I need to hear the only voice that leads me on A# D7 So I can find my way back to you
G C G D7 I had a dream the other night when everything was still G C G D7 G I thought I saw Suzanna comin' down the hill C G D7 The buckwheat cake was in her mouth a tear was in her eye G C G D7 G Says I'm comin' from the south Suzanna don't you cry
G C G D7 Soon we'll be in New Orleans then I'll look around G C G D7 G And when I find Suzanna I'll fall down on the ground C G D7 And if I do not find her then I should surely die G C G D7 G And when I'm dead and buried Suzanna don't you cry
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