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Waylon Jennings - Put Me On A Train Back To Texas


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*************** PUT ME ON A TRAIN BACK TO TEXAS ***************
written by Jim Hurt,Billy Nelson and Roy Clayborne
performed by Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings.


Verse 1: (Willie)
         D
	I've been on the road most all of my life
                                 A             
	Traveled from coast to coast

	In search of some pleasures and treasures and things
                                 D 
	Whatever pleased me the most

	Like bandanas and blue jeans and old cowboy clothes
                                        G
	That bring back an old country song
                                           D  
	About rough rides and red-eyes and old broken bones
             C/G             G            D 
	And railroad tracks running back home


Chorus: (Willie & Waylon)
         G                          D 
	Put me on a train back to Texas
              G                         D
	I've been where the highwaymen roam
         G                          D
	Put me on a train back to Texas
                C/G         G           D
	Wake me up when we reach San Antone
                C/G         G           D
	Wake me up when we reach San Antone


Verse 2: (Waylon)
         D 
	Mamma says home's where the heart is
                                   A
	Like Bob Wills said in a poem
	
	My heart is there in the middle of Texas
                           D
	Beside the old Alamo

	Like my broken in saddle and old leather boots
                                        G  
	I'm worn but i'm still going strong
                                   D 
	Cowboys can tell when the season is changing
           C/G            G           D 
	And i think it's time to move on


Chorus



Thanks to David M. Potter (dmp12@cornell.edu) for the lyrics.
Perret Charles-Amir : perret@math.univ-mlv.fr



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