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This Ol' Cowboy  The Marshall Tucker Band

This Ol'Cowboy
The Marshall Tucker Band
>From the Album-"Where We All Belong"
[1974]Written by Toy Caldwell
Tabbed by Ray Scheidler
Chords:
[G6sus] [Dmaj7] [G] [F#m] [Em] [A] 
 
 E------2------2------3-------2-----------------
 B------0------2--------------2--------------2--
 G------0------2--------------2--------------2--
 D----------------------------2-------2------2--
 A--------------------2---------------2---------
 E--------------------3-------------------------

Intro:(Ain't perfect folks,forgive me!)
 
 E--17-15--14-----14----------------------------
 B------------17-----17--15-14--15-14--12-14----
 G-------------------------------------------14-
 D----------------------------------------------
 A----------------------------------------------
 E----------------------------------------------

Main Riff:
[G6sus]  
 
 E--3--2--3---2--3--5--5---3--2--3---2--3--5--5-
 B----------------------------------------------
 G----------------------------------------------
 D----------------------------------------------
 A----------------------------------------------
 E----------------------------------------------

[Dmaj7]  
 
 E--3---2---3---2------------3---2---2---5---5--
 B------------------3---------------------------
 G----------------------2-----------------------
 D----------------------------------------------
 A----------------------------------------------
 E----------------------------------------------

Intro + Main Fill (Twice)
Well I'm [G6sus]sittin' down in San Anton'
Waiting on an [Dmaj7]eight o'clock train
My [G6sus]woman left me here last night
Things ain't been [Dmaj7]quite the same
I gotta[G6sus] get back to Dallas
And tie up a[Dmaj7] few loose ends
I'm gonna [G6sus]work a week make a hundred dollars
Aw and hit the [Dmaj7]road again
So I don't w[G]ant you to think
That you're the first one
To leave me[Dmaj7] out here on my own
Cause this [G]ain't gonna be the [F#m]first time
This [Em]ol' cowb[A]oy spent the [Dmaj7]night alone[G6sus] [+] [Main]
Now [G6sus]honey I've been a fool but a bigger fool
I can't remember [Dmaj7]when I've been
Just to[G6sus] open up my heart
And let you[Dmaj7] walk right in
Now t[G6sus]here's one thing in this life
Ain't [Dmaj7]hard for me to do
That's as[G6sus] soon as I kiss the lips of another woman
I'm gonna [Dmaj7]forget all about you
So I don't w[G]ant you to think
That you're the first one
To leave me[Dmaj7] out here on my own
No this [G]ain't gonna be the [F#m]first time
This [Em]ol' cowb[A]oy spent the [Dmaj7]night alone[G6sus] [+] [Main]
Solo: Verse chords + Main Riff (Twice)
If you [G6sus]wrote all the woman's names down I know
And let me [Dmaj7]pick one out
I don't [G6sus]think there'd be one in the whole bunch
Aw I'd give a[Dmaj7] hoot about
So I don't w[G]ant you to think
That you're the first one
To leave this o[Dmaj7]l' boy out here on his own
Cause this [G]ain't gonna be the [F#m]first time
This [Em]ol' cowb[A]oy spent the [Dmaj7]night alone
No this [G]ain't gonna be the [F#m]first time
This [Em]ol' cowb[A]oy spent the [Dmaj7]night alone[G6sus] [+] [Main]
End: G F#m Em A (Dmaj7)

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