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The Battery  The Lost Trailers

[G]I woke up on The [Bm]Battery on a [C]Charleston Friday [G]night
With my [D]dirt-stained Corduroys and [C]Balances crumpled up by my [G]side
I said [G]goodbye to my [Bm]company, then I [C]shook it on down the [D]line
[D]Sometimes I get a little [C]lonely, and wish I hadn't left her be[G]hind
[D]'Cause every [C]highway bears a [G]bright sign, [D]posted on the [C]side of a roaring [G]world
[D]And every [C]passerby rolls [G]back again, and in the [A]end, you [C]get what you're looking for
So just give me my [G]good friends, And a good hearted [D]woman
Just give me some [G]high times to fall back [C]on
Sometimes I might need a [G]cool drink and the good Lord to [D]save me
Then I will be [C]found[D], then I will be [G]found
Ran out of gas on the freeway, 'bout a quarter mile from Abilene
That Texas sun just-a hung in the sky, smiling on me
A stranger stopped named Casey, said he's a friend of a friend of mine
He said, "It shore is a small world." I said, "It suits me just fine."
Well they put me in a jail cell before a race in Bristol, Tennessee
Don't you go to Sully County if you want to be free
But there are two ways you can take things, you can make them right or keep them wrong
So I kept my mouth closed and played Dominoes 'til the judge sent me home
So just give me my good friends
And a good hearted woman
Just give me some high times to fall back on
Sometimes I might need a strong drink
And the good Lord to save me
Then I will be found, I will be found

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