G C Am D Down on Main Street after sundown, G C Am D Good time Charlie, and Wanderin' Bill G C Am D Thought they might hold up, ole' Hoppy's Drive In. G C Am D One got away and one never will. CHORUS: G D C Am And that's the way it goes around here; (around here) G D C I think everybody knows. (I guess everybody knows) G D C Am And that's the song I been singin' for years. (ten years) G D C That's the way the wild wind blows. (wild wind blows) G C Am D Too tall Annie kept her money G C Am D In a Bible she never read. G C Am D They found Lefty, her first ex-husband G C Am D In his new pick-up truck at the bottom of the river bed. CHORUS G C Am D Luther Martin, he ain’t got nobody. G C Am D Well he sells his papers and buys his wine. G C Am D His great-granddaddy owned half of Main Street. G C Am D Luther’s daddy didn’t have a dime. CHORUS G C Am D Ain’t no secret Ol’ Doc Skinner G C Am D Wrote prescriptions and made lots of friends. G C Am D He could dance like nobody’s business. G C A D Folks around here, are sure missin’ him.WILD WIND BLOWS Robert Earl Keen, Jr.