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Talk to Me Texas  Keith Whitley

By Keith Whitley
Intro:E A E
It's lo[E]nely out tonight down here in Georgia[A]
And the oldest [E]friend I got I met today[B]
The women [E]that I love just up and left me[A]
And the place [E]I loves a thousand miles[B] away[E]
[E]Operator hook me up to Houston[A]
[E]Get me anybody on the phone[B]
[E]Look there in your book and pick a number[A]
Cause you can't be [E]choosy when your this a[B]lone[E]
Won't you talk to[A] me Texas
[E]Let me hear that draw
I spe[A]nt my last five dollar's
On this one l[B]ong distance call
Won't you talk to [E]me Texas
I g[A]ot these home sick blues
[E]Tell me I can come o[B]n home to you[E]
I [E]got this faded number in my wallet[A]
It's be[E]en in here a dozen years I know[B]
I us[E]ed to call it up when I was lonely[A]
[E]Lord that women sure could[B] love me so[E]
I k[E]now by now she's probably changed her number[A]
And with [E]my luck she's probably changed her name[B]
If t[E]here's a chance in hell I think I'll take it[A]
Cause I'd love t[E]o hear that women's vo[B]ice again[E]
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