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One Lonesome Saddle  Ray LaMontagne

Tune Down Step Intro: G D C G C G D Am C G D G C G D F C C C C
Well we (G) rode into (D) town like a (C) couple of fools (G) (C)
(G) High on the (D) mescal, (Am) bent low on my (C) mule
(G) I's just trying to (D) find some place
Where a (G) man might get some (C) rest
Wash the (G) tears from my (D) eyes and the (F) blood from my (C) vest
(G) One (D) lonesome (Am) saddle, (C)(G) one (D) long and (Am) lonesome (C) ride
(G) One (B7) lonely (Em) cowboy,(C)(C) pining a (D) woman (C) unkind G C G D C G
(G) Walked into the saloon(D) on my (C) feet that felt like (G) lead
(G) Cold steel (D) been pounding (Am) into the back of my (C) head
(G) I raise up (D) my glass to the (G) quick and to the (C) dead
Singing (G) yeah a (D) heavy, and a (F) bottle of (C) bread
(G) One (D) lonesome (Am) saddle, (C)(G) one (D) long and (Am) lonesome (C) ride
(G) One (B7) lonely (Em) cowboy, (C)(C) pining a (D) woman (C) unkind G C G D C G
[G] [D] [Am] [C] [G] [D] [G] [C] [G] [D] [F] [C] [C]  
(G) As the glass it left my (D) lips, (C) I felt her hand (G) upon me
(G) Her smile it was (D) so warm, but her (Am) eyes were so (C) cold
(G) She says to me (D) now, won't you (G) please walk beside (C) me
(G) I just shut my (D) mouth, and I (F) did as I was (C) told
(G) One (D) lonesome (Am) saddle, (C)(G) one (D) long and (Am) lonesome (C) ride
(G) One (B7) lonely (Em) cowboy, (C)(C) pining a (D) woman
a (C) cold hearted (D) woman, (C) pining a (D) woman (C) unkind G/B Am7 G

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