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Old Blue Yodeler chords

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G                             B7     C                     G
The train rolled out of Mississippi eighty something years ago
      C            G        A                D
I bet nobody ever knew how far it was gonna roll
       B7                     C                  G
So old Blue Yodeler won't you sing your sweet refrain
C                       D                   G
Jimmy did you know we's all gonna ride the train

G                        B7            C              G
It seems like all of my life I've been waiting for a train
C                    G             A                   D
I've clung to every song and every yodel that you ever sang
G                   B7               C               G        
And I've felt everything you have in these old guitar strings
C                          D                    G
Jimmy did you know we were all gonna ride that train

[chorus]
    B7                        C                   G
So old Blue Yodeler won't you sing your sweet refrain
  C                  G                  A                  D   D7
You were the singin' brakeman who knew all about love and pain
    B7                           C                    G
Roll on through history, let 'em know where it all began
 C                      D                   G
Jimmy did you know we's all gonna ride the train


Snow and Haggard said it. Like old Tubb I'm gonna say it too
You're the granddad of country music  and we sure did love you
Old Louis played the trumpet; It sounded mighty good back then
I wish we could bring that music back again

(chorus and out)

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