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Barlight  Charlie Robison

Capo on the second fret
Well [G]when I was young my momma read me
[C]Nursery rhymes beside my bed
And [G]though they sounded mighty fine
They [D]made no sense to me
But [G]now that I am all grown up
It [C]seems my life has changed as such
So [G]I went out and made me up
A [D]nursery Rhyme for [G]me
It goes [G]bar light, bar bright
[C]First bar that I see tonight
I [G]wish I may I wish I might
[D]Find someone to hold me tight
[G]Hey diddle diddle, a man with a fiddle
And the [C]girls sing along with the tunes
Just [G]one more dance til you turn out the lights
And you [D]shut down this [G]saloon
Well I never understood how a big old gal
Could raise no kids in a shoe
And any old Jack goes jumping in a candle
Needs to find something better to do
And rub a dub dub, three men in a tub
Sure sounds kind of funny to me
So I made up a honky tonk nursery rhyme
and it's the only one I'll sing

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