kaw-liga Hank Williams
content loaded from cache kaw-liga Hank Williams Written by Hank Williams and Fred Rose KAW- (Dm) LIGA, was a wooden Indian standing by the door He fell in love with an Indian maid over in the antique store KAW-LIGA, just stood there and never let it (A7) show So she could never answer "YES" or (Dm) "NO" He (Dm)always wore his Sunday feathers and held a tomahawk The maiden wore her beads and braids and hoped someday he'd talk KAW-LIGA, too stubborn to ever show a (A7)sign Because his heart was made of knotty (Dm)pine CHORUS (D) Poor ol' KAW-LIGA, he never got a kiss (G) Poor ol' KAW-LIGA, he don't know what he missed (D) Is it any wonder that his face is (A7) red KAW-LIGA, that poor ol' wooden (D) head. ... (Dm) KAW-LIGA, was a lonely Indian never went nowhere His heart was set on the Indian maiden with the coal black hair KAW-LIGA, just stood there and never let it show So she could never answer "YES" or "NO" Then one day a wealthy customer bought the Indian maid And took her, oh, so far away, but ol' KAW-LIGA stayed KAW-LIGA, just stands there as lonely as can be And wishes he was still an old pine tree (CHORUS;) A x Normal Lyrics Chords Tabs ChordPro x Small Medium Large x Start Pause 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 variations - click chord images
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After never got a kiss do this run-
5th string open, 5th string 2nd fret, 5th string 4th fret then back to G.
After don't know what he missed do this run-
6th string 3rd fret, 6th string 2nd fret, and 6th string open then back to D. Sounds Awesome. Gives it a little more kick. I'm playing with no capo.
I like this song so I edited it to make it easir to play. Hope others enjoy it as much as I do!