lonesome onry and mean Waylon Jennings
**************** LONESOME ON'RY AND MEAN **************** performed by Waylon Jennings. Verse 1: D G D On a greyhound bus,Lord i'm traveling this morning G D I'm going to Shreveport and on down to New Orleans G D Been driving these highways,been doing things my way C/G G D It's been making me lonesome,on'ry and mean Verse 2: D G D Now her hair was jet black,and her name was Codiene G D Thought she was the cream of the Basin Street queens G D She got tired of that smokey whine dream C/G G D Began to feel lonesome,on'ry and mean Verse 3: D G D We got together,and we cashed in our sweeps G D Gave them to a beggar who was mumbling through the streets G D There's no escaping from his snowy white dreams C/G G D Born lookin' lonesome,on'ry and mean Verse 4: D G D Now i'm down in this valley,where the wheels turn so low G D At dawn i pray,to the Lord of my soul G D I say do Lord,do right by me C/G G D I'm tired of being lonesome,on'ry and mean Thanks to David M. Potter (email@example.com) for the lyrics. Perret Charles-Amir : firstname.lastname@example.org
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