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Reno Blues chords

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Reno Blues               Merle Haggard / Willie Nelson

    D               A
Way out in Reno, Ne-vada
      A                  D
Where romance blooms and fades
  D           D7      G
A great Phila-delphia lawyer
       A                     D
Was in love with a Hollywood maid

       D                 A
"Come, love, and we will wander
A                          D
"Down where the lights are bright
      D           D7              G
"I'll win you a divorce from your husband
     A                     D
"And we can get married to-night."

     D                     A
Wild Bill was a gun-totin' cowboy
    A                          D
Ten notches were carved in his gun
D           D7          G
An' all the boys around Reno
     A                    D
Left Wild Bill's maiden a-lone

    D                    A
One night when he was re-turning
     A                       D
From ridin' the range in the cold
   D              D7        G
He dreamed of his Hollywood sweetheart
    A                      D
Her love was as lasting as gold

      D             A
As he grew near her window
  A                    D
A shadow he saw on the shade
 D                    D7      G
'Twas the great Phila-delphia lawyer
       A                        D
Makin' love to Bill's Hollywood maid

    D                         A
The night was as still as the desert
        A                      D
And the moon hangin' high over-head
D               D7           G
Bill listened a while to the lawyer
         A                         D
He could hear ev'ry word that they said

      D                       A
"Your hands are so pretty and lovely
      A                  D
"Your form's so rare and divine
 D            D7        G
"Come go with me to the city
     A                         D
"And leave this wild cowboy be-hind."

    D                   A
Now back in old Pennsyl-vania
 A                  D
Among the beautiful pines
        D              D7      G
There's one less Phila-delphia lawyer
   A                   D
In old Philadelphia to-night

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