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[G]I've got a good woman at home who [C]thinks I do no [G]wrong
[G]But sometimes lord, she just ain't always a[D]round
And you know that's [G]when I fall, I can't [C]help myself at [G]all
[G]And I get whiskey [D]bent and hell bound
[G]Play me some songs about a ramblin' man, put a [C]cold one in my [G]hand,
'cause you know I love to hear those guitar [D]sounds
Don't you play 'I'm So [G]Lonesome I Could Cry' cause I'll get [C]all balled up in[G]side
And I'll get whiskey [D]bent and hell [G]bound
[G]Sure enough about closing time, 'bout [C]stoned out of my [G]mind
And I end up with some honky-tonk special I [D]found
Just as sure as the [G]morning sun come, thinking of [C]my sweet girl at [G]home
And I need to get whiskey [D]bent and hell [G]bound
[G]Play me some songs about a ramblin' man, put old [C]Jim Beam in my [G]hand
'cause you know I still love to get drunk and hear country [D]sounds
But don't you play 'Your [G]Cheatin' Heart' cause that'll [C]tear me all [G]apart
I'll get whiskey [D]bent and hell [G]bound
[G]Yeah, old Hank's songs always [D]make me feel [G]low down

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