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Hats Off Tom :A
A D E The stage is set tonight down in Nashville D A F#m It's been a long, hard ride into town A D E And thanks to some cowboys and heros D E A My chance to sing has finally come around
A D E The first song I ever sang was haggard D A F#m Momma sang to me I saw the Light A D E I'd turn my radio up louder D E A To hear Johnny Cash walk the line
A D E Waylon sang a song about Texas D A F#m Willie's "Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain" A D E Bocephus sings a song about dixie. D E A Lefty taught us all how to sing.
Chorus 1: A E D Hats off to hard riding cowboys E A Riding some where tonight A E D Hats off to hard riding cowboys D E A Wanted, dead or alive
A D E Charlie ran the devil out of Georgia D A F#m Skynyrd sang sweet home Alabam A D E The Ahlman brothers taught us how to ramble D E A And to Tucker boys showed us how to jam.
**Repeat Chorus 1
A D E The stage is set tonight up in Heaven D A F#m Rebas band is there with Patsy Cline A D E And all around are cowboys and cowgirls D E A And thanks to them the music's still alive
Chorus 2: A E D Hats off to hard riding cowboys E A Flying somewhere tonight A E D Hats off to hard fighting cowboys D E A Wanted, dead or alive
**Repeat Chorus 2 And Fade
Mountain Music Tom :A Intro: A A D/A D/A A A D/A
Chorus: (A Capella Until You Reach "To A Cajun.." A D Oh, play me some mountain music A D Like grandma and grandpa used to play A D Then I'll float on down the river E A To a Cajun hideaway.
A D Drift away like Tom Sawyer A D Ride a raft with ol' Huck Finn A Take a nap like Rip Van Winkle, G E Daze dreamin' again.
Chorus 2--same chords as chorus one for the first 3 lines. Then:
Bm E To a Cajun hideaway.
A D Swim across the river A D Just to prove that I'm a man A Spend the day bein' lazy G E Just bein' nature's friend
A D Climb a long tall hick'ry A D Bend it over, skinnin' cats A Playin' baseball with chert rocks G E Usin' sawmill slabs for bats
Bridge: (Also A Capella, Like First Chorus, Until You Reach "'Cause That's Where..")
A D Play some back-home come-on music A D That comes from the heart A D Play something with lots of feelin' Bm E 'Cause that's where music has to start.
On Last Line "...a cajun hideaway aay-aay-aaaiiiaay" -Then A Drum Solo Ensues And The Tempo Increases--Go Back To The First Chorus For The Ending, But Play All Of The Chords.
40 Hour Week Tom: D Intro: D
D There are people in this country, A D Who work hard every day, G A Not for fame or fortune do they strive, D But the fruits of their labor, A D Are worth more than their pay, G A D (Pause) And it's time a few of them were recognized,
G D Hello Detroit! (Auto Workers), G D And I thank you for your time, G D You work a forty hour week for a livin', A D Just to send it on down the line, G D Hello Pittsburgh! (Steel Mill Workers), G D And I thank you for your time, G D You work a forty hour week for a livin', A D Just to send it on down the line,
A This is for the one who swings the hammer, G-G D Drivin' home the nails, A-A For the one who's behind the counter, G-G D Ringin' up the sales, Bm For the one who finds the fire, F#m G The one who brings the mail, Asus For everyone who works behind the scenes,
D You can see them every mornin', A D In the factories and the fields, G A In the City streets and the quiet country towns, D Workin' together, A D Like spokes inside a wheel, G A They keep this country turnin' around,
G D Hello Kansas! (Wheat field farmers), G D And I thank you for your time, G D You work a forty hour week for a livin', A D Just to send it on down the line, G D Hello West Vir-ginia coal miners, G D And I thank you for your time, G D You work a forty hour week for a livin', A D Just to send it on down the line,
D This is for the one who drives the big rigs, A D Up and down the road,
For the one out in the warehouse, D Bringin' in the load, A D For the waitress, the mechanic, the policeman on patrol, G A For everyone who works behind the scenes, A With a spirit you can't replace with no machine-e-e-e,
Angels Among Us Tom: G Intro: G D/F# C(add D) G Bm7 C(add D) D7
Spoken: G D/F# I was walkin' home from school Em7 C(add D) On a cold winter day, G Em7 C(add D) Took a short cut through the woods D And I lost my way. G D/F# Em7 C(add D) It was gettin' late, and I was scared and alone. G Fm7 C(add D) D Then a kind old man took my hand, and led me home.
Sung: C(add D) Bm7 Mama couldn't see him, C(add D) D7 But he was standing there, C(add D) G/B And I knew in my heart C(add D) D7 He was the answer to my prayer.
Chorus: G add A Em7 Am7 D7 Oh, I be - lieve there are Angels Among Us, G add A Em7 C add D Sent down to us from somewhere up above. D7 G add A Em7 C D7 They come to you and me in our darkest hours C add D Bm7 To show us how to live C add D D7 To teach us how to give C add D D7 G To guide us with a light of love.
Instrumental: G Bm7 C add D D7
G D/F# When life held troubled times Em7 C(add D) And had me down on my knees G Em7 C(add D) There's always been someone D To come along and comfort me G D/F# Em7 C(add D) A kind word from a stranger To lend a helping hand G Fm7 C(add D) D A phone call from a friend just to say I understand C(add D) Bm7 Now ain't it kind of funny C(add D) D7 At the dark end of the road C(add D) G/B C(add D) D7 Someone light the way with just a single ray of hope.
Bridge: C add D Bm7 They wear so many faces, C add D Bm7 Show up in the strangest places C add D Bm7 Am7 D7 And grace us with their mercies in our time of need.
C add D D7 G To guide us with a light of love.
G C D7 G
Carolina Mountain Dewe Tom: Bb Intro: Bb
Bb Eb6 Bb Somewhere in the mountains.........in northern Alabama Bb Gm Cm Fsus F The Carolina lady waits for her man from Tennessee Bb Eb6 Bb Gm Somewhere in a motel......out in Oklahoma Cm F There's the Alabama dreamer F Bb Dm Cm That same man from Tennessee
Bb Eb6 Bb Sometime late at night......the lonely wakes her gently Bb Gm Cm Fsus F And knocks at her door......but she won't give in F Bb Eb6 Bb Gm But like every other woman........She needs to feel wanted Cm F Bb Bbsus Bb Bb7 She thinks of making love.......and goes to sleep again
Chorus: Bb7 Eb Dm Bb7 Carolina.........dreamin' lonely Bb7 Eb Bb Carolina.........can't you see Bb Eb Dm You will always be the lady..... Dm Cm That I dream of holding tight..... Cm F That I kiss and tell goodnight..... Cm F Bb Dm Cm Bb Em Dm C....... Carolina.......mountain dewe
C F6 C Sometime that next day.....on a Mississippi freeway C Am Dm Gsus G The Alabama dreamer........is homeward bound G C F6 C Am His conscious is as clear........as those green eyes of Carolina Am Dm G And she's waiting with the baby from the love........ G C C7 ......Of the only man to lay her down
Chorus: C7 F Em C7 Carolina..........dreaming lonely C7 F C Carolina..........can't you see C F Em You will always be the lady Em Dm That I dream of holding tight Dm G That I kiss and tell goodnight Dm G C Carolina......mountain dewe Dm G C Bb F/A F C Carolina..........I love you
Christmas In Dixie Tom: D
D Em A7 Dma7 By now in New York City. There's snow on the ground. Em A7 D D7 And out in California. The sunshines' falling down. G A7 D Bm And maybe down in Memphis, Graceland's all in lights. Em A7 D And in Atlanta, Georgia, there's peace on earth tonight.
Chorus 1: D G A7 D Bm Christmas in Dixie, its snowing in the pines. Em A7 D Merry Christmas from Dixie to everyone tonight.
D Em A7 Dma7 Its windy in Chicago. The kids are out of school. Em A7 Dma7 D7 There's magic in Motown. The city's on the move. G A7 D Bm In Jackson, Mississippi to Charlotte, Caroline. Em A7 D And all across the Nation, its a peaceful Christmas time.
Chorus 2: D G A7 D Bm Christmas in Dixie, its snowing in the pines. Em A7 D Merry Christmas from Dixie, to everyone tonight. Em A7 D And from Fort Payne, Alabama..Merry Christmas tonight.
Close Enough To Perfect Tom: G Intro: Am G/B Cm G C/D
G D Am Sometimes her morning coffee's way too strong C D G And sometimes what she says, she says all wrong C D G D Right or wrong, she's there beside me Am G/B C Like only a friend would be Am Cm G C/D And that's close enough to perfect for me
G D Am Now she's been known to wear her pants too tight C D G And drinking puts her out just like a light C D G D Heaven knows she's not an angel Am G/B C But she'd really like to be Am Cm G Am G/B And that's close enough to perfect for me
Chorus: C G She kisses me each morning.......And smiles her sleepy smile C G/B Am G F Am7/E D D7 She don't have to say it.......I can see it in her eyes G D Don't you worry about my woman Am G/B C Or what you think she ought to be Am Cm G Am G/B Cm G C/D She's close enough to perfect for me
G D Am Sometimes she gets down and starts to cry C D G But then again a lady has a right C D G D She's everything I've ever wanted Am G/B C She's all I'll ever need Am Cm G Am G/B She's close enough to perfect for me
G Am G/B Cm G Oh, she's close enough to perfect......for me
G D Am C D G C D G D Am G/B C Am Cm G C/D G (Repeat And Fade)
The Closer You Get Tom: G Intro: G F C C D|Em Em D|C C D|Em Bm Am C/D
Chorus: G The Closer You Get, C The further I fall. Am D I'll be over the edge now G D In no time at all. G I'm fallin' faster and faster and faster C With no time to stall. Am C/D The Closer You Get, G The further I fall
G G F|C
C D Em The things that you say to me, D The look on your face, C D Em Brings out the man in me. Bm Am C/D Do I see a trace in your eyes of love?
C D Em Could I be dreamin'? D Is this really real? C D Em 'Cause there's something magic, Bm Am C/D The way that I feel in your arms tonight.
---Goes Into The Bridge--- C/D C The further I fall
Bridge: C D C D Keep fallin', oh, yeah yeah, keep fallin'. C D/C C D/C Mmm fallin', oh, yeah, yeah, I'm fallin'. C D/C Yes I'm fallin' C D/C (Yes I'm fallin') (Yes I'm fallin')
C Yes I'm fall- D/C in' C D/C (Yes I'm fallin') (Yes I'm fallin') C Yes we're fall- D/C in' C D (Yes we're fallin') (Yes we're fallin')
Down Home Tom: G
G D Just off of the beaten path C D A little dot on a state road map C D G That's where I was born & where I'll die G D Things move at a slower pace C D Nobody's in a rat race C D G And these days that's a special way to fly
Chorus: C G C D Down Home where they know you by name and treat you like family C G C D Down Home a man's good word & a handshake are all you need C Em C A Folks know if they're fallin on hard times they can fall back on G C D G Those of us raised up Down Home
G D In the corner of a hardware store C D Gathered round a checker board C D G Old men telling lies & crowning kings G D Kids drivin round the old town square C D Tops rolled down in the cool night air C D G Go & see what's shakin at the Dairy Queen
C D G C When I was a boy I couldn't wait to leave this place D C D But now I wanna see my children raised
C G C D Down Home C G C D Down Home C Em C A Folks know if they're fallin on hard times they can fall back on G C D G Those of us raised up Down Home
C D Where they know you by name and treat you like family C G C D Down Home a man's good word & a handshake are all you need C Em C A Folks know if they're fallin on hard times they can fall back on G C D G Those of us raised up Down Home C G C D Down Home C G C D Way Down Home C G C D Down Home C G C D Down Home C G C D Way Down Home C G C D Down Home
Deep River Woman Tom: G
Chorus: G Bm7 C D Deep River Woman G Bm7 Am7 C/D Lord I'm comin home to you G Bm7 C D Deep River Woman Am C Lord I know she's waiting Am C C/D G Just anticipating all my love
G Bm7 Spent a night in LA Am7 C/D Just another chance to see you G Bm7 Am7 C/D just you and I G Bm7 Wanted you to know Am7 C/D That my playin days are over Am7 F Cause all I do is think of you D The writings on the wall
G Bm7 I've been out in the world Am7 C/D I guess the fast life had me going G Bm7 Am7 C/D Now all that's changed G Bm7 Finally made up my mind Am7 C/D bout the one thing I've been knowing Am7 F You're the only girl D I've ever cared for in this world
F C/D G Your kind of love girl is forever F C/E G Took me a long time to realize C C/D G that I've come so far to end up going nowhere C C/D Girl I need you by my side
Old Flame Tom: G
G I saw you staring, at each other, D I saw your eyes, begin to glow. G Em I could tell, you once were lovers, G D G You ain't hidin' nothin' I don't know.
CHORUS: C G There's an old flame burnin' in your eyes. Em D That tears can't drown and makeup can't disguise. G That old flame might not be stronger, C but it's been burnin' longer, G D G than any spark I might have started in your eyes.
G You said it ended, when he left you. D You say your love, for me is strong. G Em But those old memries, still upset you. G D G And I might be a memry before too long. (Chorus)
Song of the South Tom :G
CHORUS: G D Song, song of the South, C Sweet potato pie and shut my mouth. G D Gone, gone with the wind, C Ain't nobody lookin' back again.
G D Cotton on the roadside, cotton in the ditch, C we all picked cotton but we never got rich. G D Daddy was a vetern southern democrat, C they oughta get a rich man to vote like that.......(singin') (Chorus)
G D Well somebody told us that Wall Street fell, C but we were so poor that we couldn't tell. G D Cotton was short and the weeds were tall, C but Mr. Roosevelt was gonna save us all. (Chorus)
G D Well momma got sick and daddy got down, C the county got the farm and we moved to town. G D Papa got a job with the TVA, C he bought a washing machine and then a Chevrolet. (Chorus)
Dixieland Delight Tom: G
G D Rollin' down the backwoods, Tennessee byway, Em C one arm on the wheel. G D Holdin' my lover, with the other, Em C a sweet soft southern thrill. G D Worked hard all week, got a little jingle, Em C on a Tennesse Saturday night. G D Couldn't feel better, I'm together, Cm7 G with my Dixieland delight.
CHORUS D Em C Spend my dollar, parked in a holler 'neath the mountain moonlight. G D Hold her uptight, make a little lovin', Em C a little turtle-dovin' on the Mason-Dixon Line. Em C Cm7 G Fits my life, oh so right, my Dixieland delight.
G D Whitetail buck deer, munchin' on clover, Em C red-tailed hawk, sittin' on a limb. G D Chubby ole groundhog, croakin' bullfrog, Em C free as a feelin' in the wind. G D Home-grown country girl, gonna get a real whirl, Em C on a Tennessee Saturday night. G D Lucky as a seven, livin' in heaven, Cm7 G with my Dixieland delight. (Chorus)
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