Navajo Rug-crd Ian Tyson
Subject: Navajo Rug Greg. This song was done by a Canadian, Ian Tyson, formerly of Ian and Sylvia in the 60's. a e Well it's two eggs up on whiskey toast, home fries on the side, d e Wash it down with road house coffee, burns up your insides, a e Just a canyon Colorado diner, and a waitress I did love, d e I sat in the back neath an old stuffed bear, and a worn out navajo rug. a e Now old Jack, the boss, he left at six,and it's Katie bar the door, d e She'd pull down that navajo rug, and spread it across the floor, a e Hey I saw lightning cross, the sacred mountains, saw woven turtle doves, d e I was lying next to Katie, on that old Navajo rug. chorus a d e Aye, aye, aye,Katie, shades of red and blue, a d e a Aye, aye, aye, Katie, whatever became of the Navjo rug and you d e Katie, shades of red and blue. a e Well I saw old Jack, about a year ago, said the place burned to the ground, d e And all I saved was this old bear tooth, and Katie, she left town, a e Ah, but Katie got her souvenir to; Jack spat a tobacco plug, d Well you should have seen her comin through the smoke, e Draggin that Navajo rug, a d e Aye, aye, aye, Katie, shades of red and blue, a d e a Aye, aye, aye, Katie, whatever became of the Navajo rugh and you. a e So everytime I cross the sacred mountains, and lightning breaks above, d e It always takes me back in time, to my long lost Katie love, a e But everything keeps on moving, and everybodys on the go, d e Hey, you don't find things that last anymore, like an old woven Navajo, a d e Aye, aye,aye, Katie, shades of red and blue, a d e a Aye, aye, aye, Katie, whatever became of the Navajo rug and you, d e Katie, shades of red and blue, a d e a Aye, aye, aye, Katie, whatever became of the Navajo rug and you
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