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Made famous by Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys
Recorded by many artists, Elvis, Patsy Cline, Ray Price, Johnny
Rodrigues, Willie Nelson and a host
Made famous by Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys
Recorded by many artists, Elvis, Patsy Cline, Ray Price, Johnny
Rodrigues, Willie Nelson and a host
Made famous by Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys
Recorded by many artists, Elvis, Patsy Cline, Ray Price, Johnny
Rodrigues, Willie Nelson and a host
as I've been.

I'd ride through all of Hell and half of Texas
Just to hear Willie Nelson sing a country song
Beer just ain't as cold in old Milwaukee
I'd ride through all of Hell and half of Texas
Just to hear Willie Nelson sing a country song
Beer just ain't as cold in old Milwaukee
My body's here,
Tom T Hall is forty now and so is Bobby Bare
Willie Nelson's gettin' grey and Faron Young don't care
But the young ones keep on coming on the old
Jennings
Or Willie Nelson, Bob Wills or me
Well they're playin' that good ol' country-western
You know this thing they call the Texas swing

[Chorus]
guess you ain't been told
That you just can't live in Texas unless you got a lot of soul
It's the home of Willie Nelson,the home of western swing
He'll
a song about a guy that probably did as much for
Our kind of music as anybody.

Well the Honky Tonks in Texas were my natural second home
The way you
of a fuck! 
 Eat shit! Eat my shit!"
 
 [Another car approaches]
 [Bishop Nelson:] "Hello Willie. Good to see you."
 [Toll Booth Willie:] "Ahhh, Bishop
as I've been.

I'd ride through all of Hell and half of Texas
Just to hear Willie Nelson sing a country song
Beer just ain't as cold in old Milwaukee
as I've been.

I'd ride through all of Hell and half of Texas
Just to hear Willie Nelson sing a country song
Beer just ain't as cold in old Milwaukee
a legend in his own time

Somewhere round about 1934
He formed the group called the Texas Playboys
With the help of these original musicians
On this album
tried it my friend.
I'll never smoke Weed with willie again!

Now we learned a hard lesson in a small Texas town
He fired up a fat boy and he passed
Somewhere in Texas by the yellow sand
Somewhere in Texas by the yellow sand
Somewhere in Texas I lost my man
Somewhere in Texas by the yellow sand
a woman by the river
With some fine young handsome man
He's dressed up like a squire
Bootlegged whiskey in his hand
There's a chain gang on the highway
a woman by the river
With some fine young handsome man
He's dressed up like a squire
Bootlegged whiskey in his hand
There's a chain gang on the highway
can sing
Them blues like blind Willie McTell

There's a woman, she's standing by the river
She is with some fine young handsome man
See he's all dressed
an all-star line up
Like none I'd ever seen
Roger Miller opened the show with Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys
Followed by Webb Pierce followed by Hawkshaw
[C] Well, Willie he [C7] carried his [F] guitar on his [C] back
As he hopped aboard a freight [G7] train
And [C] somewhere [C7] in the [F] cold
the line

Waylon sang a song about Texas
Willie's "Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain"
Bocephus sings a song about dixie.
Lefty taught us all how to sing.
[C] Well, Willie he [C7] carried his [F] guitar on his [C] back
As he hopped aboard a freight [G7] train
And [C] somewhere [C7] in the [F] cold
Words & music by Don Baird (donbaird7@aol.com)Sony/Tree publishing...
(From Willie Nelson "My Own Peculiar Way" and other albums... and Anita Kerr Singers
a woman by the river
With some fine young handsome man
He's dressed up like a squire
Bootlegged whiskey in his hand
There's a chain gang on the highway
a woman by the river
With some fine young handsome man
He's dressed up like a squire
Bootlegged whiskey in his hand
There's a chain gang on the highway