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Train Back To Texas  Waylon Jennings

        I[D]'ve been on the road most all of my life
        Traveled from coast to co[A]ast
In search of some pleasures and treasures and things
        Whatever pleased me the m[D]ost
Like bandanas and blue jeans and old cowboy clothes
        That bring back an old country s[G]ong
        About rough rides and red-eyes and [D]old broken bones
        And r[C/G]ailroad tracks r[G]unning back h[D]ome
Chorus: (Willie & Waylon)
        P[G]ut me on a train back to Te[D]xas
        I've b[G]een where the highwaymen r[D]oam
        P[G]ut me on a train back to Te[D]xas
        Wake me [C/G]up when we r[G]each San Ant[D]one
        Wake me [C/G]up when we r[G]each San Ant[D]one
Verse 2: (Waylon)
        M[D]amma says home's where the heart is
        Like Bob Wills said in a po[A]em
My heart is there in the middle of Texas
        Beside the old Alam[D]o
Like my broken in saddle and old leather boots
        I'm worn but i'm still going str[G]ong
        Cowboys can tell when the s[D]eason is changing
        And[C/G] i think it's t[G]ime to move [D]on
Chorus.
Thanks to David M. Potter (dmp12@cornell.edu) for the lyrics.
Perret Charles-Amir : perret@math.univ-mlv.fr

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