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his car
She said he sure is humble for a Grand Old Opry Star
Mavis said why don't we hang around
It ain't often that Hank Williams comes to town
She said; "He sure is humble for a Grand Ole Opry Star"
Mavis said: "Why don't we hang around
It ain't often that Hank Williams comes to town"
to say?

Her eyes china blue saucers she's born that way
She tastes of apple strudel you can tell she does
With arms that hold sweet William to her
outside his car
She said; "He sure is humble for a Grand Ole Opry Star."
Mavis said: "Why don't we hang around
It ain't often that Hank Williams comes
As we rode out to Fennario, as we rode on to Fennario
Our captain fell in love with a lady like a dove
And called her by a name, pretty Peggy-O.
to the mountains of cocaine 
Looking for that one true love to tell her she's a star 
Instead she's drinking with a long haired boy that plays a rock and roll
As Lady Margaret was in her chamber high 
A-combing up her hair 
She spied sweet William and his bride 
As they to the church drew near 

She threw
to the mountains of cocaine 
Looking for that one true love to tell her she's a star 
Instead she's drinking with a long haired boy that plays a rock and roll
like a dove.
F see
They call her by name pretty Peggy-o.

see Am F see
What will your mother think pretty Peggy-o?
See Em Am Em
What will your mother
a card before you go
It's a long trip to Mexico

Eliza wait by the door
I can't stay here anymore, no, no

Then she took a pill
She washed her feet in
night

Pick a card before you go
It's a long trip to Mexico

Eliza wait by the door
I can't stay here anymore, no, no

Then she took a pill
She
the gentle
And she never done nothing to William Zanzinger
And you who philosophize disgrace and criticize all fears
Take the rag away from your face
Now ain't
a card before you go
It's a long trip to Mexico

Eliza wait by the door
I can't stay here anymore, no, no

Then she took a pill
She washed her feet in
the gentle
And she never done nothing to William Zanzinger
And you who philosophize disgrace and criticize all fears
Take the rag away from your face
Now ain't
In cuttin' and haulin' in frost and in snow
We're up against troubles that few people know
It's only by courage and patience and grit
And eatin'
all these gentle
And she never done nothing to William Zanzinger

Oh, but you who philosophize
Disgrace and criticize all fears
Take the rag away from
card to pay up my tab
The TV was turned off and the stage was dark
And the great Hank Williams was gone so I asked her to call me a cab
She said if you
Airly one morning young William arose
It's off to his comrade's bedchamber he goes
Saying "comrade, royal comrade, rise and let no one know
For
stops by to visit me
And she talks about her songs and the star that she should be
There are lots of special people staying in or passing through 
And for
2-0-2 who stops by to visit me
And she talks about her songs and the star that she should be
There's a lot of real fine talent stayin' in or passin'
fear
 On yon green island as we passed it by,
 There we lost sight of your sailor boy."
 
 Well, she wrung her hands and she tore her hair.
 She was
fear
 On yon green island as we passed it by,
 There we lost sight of your sailor boy."
 
 Well, she wrung her hands and she tore her hair.
 She was
the gentle
And she never done nothing to William Zanzinger
And you who philosophize disgrace and criticize all fears
Take the rag away from your face
Now ain't
2-0-2 who stops by to visit me
And she talks about her songs and the star that she should be
There's a lot of real fine talent stayin' in or passin'
Recorded by Hank Williams, Sr.
Written by Fred Rose

[E] Met my future wife today
And her name is Kathy Mae
[A] Rootie Tootie, (Rootie Tootie)