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Bob Wills Is Still The King  Waylon Jennings

        W[E]ell the honky-tonks in Texas were my nat[A]ural second h[E]ome
        Where you tip your hats to the ladies and the rose of San Ant[B]one
      [A]  I grew up on music that we c[E]alled western swing
        It don't matter who's in Austin,Bob W[B]ills is still the k[E]ing
Verse 2:
        L[E]ord i can still remember,the w[A]ay things were back th[E]en
        In spite of all the hard times,i'd live it all ag[B]ain
      [A]  To hear the Texas playboys and T[E]ommy Duncan sing
        Makes me proud to be from Texas where Bob W[B]ills is still the k[E]ing

Verse 3:
        You can h[A]ear the Grand Ol' Opry in N[E]ashville Tennessee
        It's the home of country music,on that we all agr[B]ee
      [E]  But when you cross that ol' Red River hoss that j[A]ust don't mean a th[E]ing
        Cause' once you're down in Texas,Bob W[B]ills is still the k[E]ing

Verse 4:
        Well if you a[A]in't never been there then i gu[E]ess you ain't been told
        That you just can't live in Texas unless you got a lot of s[B]oul
      [E]  It's the home of Willie Nelson,the h[A]ome of western sw[E]ing
        He'll be the first to tell you,Bob W[B]ills is still the k[E]ing

Thanks to David M. Potter ( for the lyrics.
Perret Charles-Amir :

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