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Gamblers Yodel chords

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From the album 'Trouble in Mind' (originally  on 'Ballads from Deep Gap')

[Introduction]

E7  A  E   B7   E   

[Verse 1]
E                                         E7
Pretty mama's gone, she went away from me
       A                              E
Lord I think she's gone to sunny Tennessee
   B                                           E
Oh Lord that woman she's gonna be the death of me
E                           B7              E
Oooh hooo yayee heee she'll be the death of me

[Instrumental]

E7  A  E   B7   E 


[Verse 2]

E                                      E7
When my baby went she left me in the rain
A                                        E
Talk about your trouble, talk about your pain
B                                             E
Had to listen to the whistle on that lonesome train
E                            B7            E
Yeee heee yayee heee Lord on that lonesome train

[Instrumental]

E7  A  E   B7   E 

[Verse 3]

E                                                 E7
Well the lightning flashed and the thunder it did roll
    A                                        E
The lightning flashed and the thunder it did roll
     B                                           E
Just like this trouble that's rollin' through my soul
E                         B7          E
Yeee heee yayee heee have mercy on my soul

[Instrumental]

E7  A  E   B7   E 

[Verse 4]

E                                           E7
There comes a time when a gambler's luck is gone
      A                                      E
And when it comes he better leave them dice alone
     B                                            E
Some dirty rounder took my woman and my money and gone
E                       B7                E   E7
Yeee heee yayee heee he took my woman and gone

            
            
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