Blues For Dixie-crd Bob Wills
Subject: Song, Blues For Dixie This song is the work of Tim Ausburn BLUES FOR DIXIE Writer-Mayo Recorded 1947 by Bob Wills Key of Bb (Bb)If you've ever seen that (Bb7)ole Mississippi, The (Eb)queen of the delta (G7)land, Then you'll under (C7)stand, (F7) - Why I've got the (Bb)Blues For Dixie. If you've ever been down in (Bb7)Tennessee, when, Those (Eb)old cotton fields were (G7)white, In pale moon (C7)light, (F7)- Then you've had the (Bb)Blues For Dixie. Chorus: If you've seen the (Bb7)glamour, (Bb)of the Ala-(Bb7)bama (Bb)moon shining (Bb7)in the sky, if (C7)you've got a baby, Down in Birmingham, maybe, (F7)you'll know the reason why, That I'm (Bb)gonna be blue, 'til I'm (Bb7)on that old choo, choo, (Eb)Headin' down South a-(G7)gain', There goes that (C7)train,(F7)- That's leavin' me (Bb) Blue For Dixie. Instrumental break: Repeat chorus:
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