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the door

[Chorus]

[Tammy Wynette & George Jones]
In a pawn shop in Chicago
On a sunny summer day
A couple gazes at the wedding rings
There
the door

[Chorus]

[Tammy Wynette & George Jones]
In a pawn shop in Chicago
On a sunny summer day
A couple gazes at the wedding rings
There
call you, George"

I said, "Baby, (baby), baby, (baby), baby, (baby)
Well, you can call me George Jetson, call me George Jones
I'll be your
George Jones and Jesus are two heros of mine.
One is only human but the other one divine.
When I could not find a friend I found out that I had
at the crossing
With an awful shrill
The switchman knew
By the engines moan
That the man at the throttle
Was Casey Jones
Casey got to that certain place
Old
at the crossing
With an awful shrill
The switchman knew
By the engines moan
That the man at the throttle
Was Casey Jones
Casey got to that certain place
Old
While you play t by George Jones and Darrell Edwards
he leading part
Cause the flowers will bloom eternally

[Repeat: x2]
Your leaving, it will bring
George dreaming of becoming a star
Well things I never did when I was just a kid made what I am today
See momma used to whoop me with a George Jones
While you play t by George Jones and Darrell Edwards
he leading part
Cause the flowers will bloom eternally

[Repeat: x2]
Your leaving, it will bring
Writers: "Country" Johnny Mathis, V. Frank & George Jones

(Changed his name from Brown to Blue)

We stood there in the courthouse room
So close yet
things
Spend the summer time naturally high
By, chopping wood for next winters fire
Saving our money for the county fair
George Jones is supposed to be
Come all you rounders if you want to hear the story about a brave engineer
Casey Jones was the roller's name on a 68 wheeler course he won his fame
Come all you rounders if you want to hear the story about a brave engineer
Casey Jones was the roller's name on a 68 wheeler course he won his fame
Come all you rounders if you want to hear the story about a brave engineer
Casey Jones was the roller's name on a 68 wheeler course he won his fame
Ain't no woman gonna make a George Jones outta me
Ain't no woman gonna make a George Jones outta me
Whatever will be will be
Just wait and you'll
Written by George Jones and Jack Ripley

Just a few of my favorite lies . . .

Lately I don't even miss her
Yes it's true, out of sight and out
Spend the summertime naturally high
By chopping wood, the next one or five
Saving our money for the county fair
George Jones' supposed to be there
We got
knew by the engine's moan
That the man at the throttle was Casey Jones

He pulled up within two miles of the place
There number four stared him straight
I CAN'T CHANGE OVERNIGHT
(George Jones - Johnny Mathis)
« © '63 Glad Music »

There's a love in my heart that I'd been keeping
I don't know how
at the crossing
With an awful shrill
The switchman knew
By the engines moan
That the man at the throttle
Was Casey Jones
Casey got to that certain place
Old
Written by Jim Eanes & Wade Perry
(As performed by George Jones & Gene Pitney)

A shoulder to cry on is all you want from me
Someone to share your
at the crossing
With an awful shrill
The switchman knew
By the engines moan
That the man at the throttle
Was Casey Jones
Casey got to that certain place
Old
I'm gonna drive her til she leaves the rail
For I'm eight hours late by that Western Mail"

Casey Jones, I'm gonna drive her
Casey Jones, til she
Written by Jim Eanes & Wade Perry
(As performed by George Jones & Gene Pitney)

A shoulder to cry on is all you want from me
Someone to share your
Reno hill
He whistled for the crossing with an awful shrill
The switchman knew by the engine's moan
That the man at the throttle was Casey Jones
When