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San Antonio Stroll chords

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C                          D7 
When I was a child down in South Caroline

           F        G7          C
Soon's the Saturday sun went on down

                                          D7
My folks and sister would go and leave me home all alone

                  G7              C
Going to that big square dance in town

 
        Am                        Em
Well my old radio would play that old opry show

     F         G7          C
So I never got lonesome or blue

          Am                              Em
I'd fall asleep in my chair and dream that I was right there

     D7                      G7
Just singing the whole night through


        C
When my folks would come home

          D7
They'd be humming a song

       F             G7              Am
Mama'd smile and say child don't you know

              F
There ain't a thing in this world to make you

C                 Am        D7     G7   C
Fall in love girl  like the San Antonio Stroll

 
                                  D7
Well the day finally come when my mama said hun

           F             G7         C
It's 'bout time you came with us as well

                           D7
Well I had me a time yes I danced all the night

                         G7              C
Till they rang that old cracked midnight bell

       
         Am
Then the lights went down low

            Em
The fiddler picked up his bow

       F                  G7        C
And he played something stately and slow

       Am                   Em
And my sister Irene and her husband to be


          D7                 G7
They held hands and began to stroll

           C                      D7
I've been away for a while but it still brings a smile

       F            G7          Am
When I think of the way that it goes

         F                         C        A7
Now I'll sing it to you just so we both can do

         D7      G7  C
That old San Antonio Stroll

 
         F                         C        A7
Now I'll sing it to you just so we both can do

         D7     G7   C
That old San Antonio Stroll

            
            
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FL_Bob2002 583 Oct 14, 2015 03:35 PM, edited at 07:37 pm

This is the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FbZV0P_ySi8 online. Its in the key of A, so I transposed it for you. Have fun playing it.

A B7
When I was a child down in South Caroline

D E7 A
Soon's the Saturday sun went on down

B7
My folks and sister would go and leave me home all alone

E7 A
Going to that big square dance in town

F#m C#m
Well my old radio would play that old opry show

D E7 A
So I never got lonesome or blue

F#m C#m
I'd fall asleep in my chair and dream that I was right there

B7 E7
Just singing the whole night through

A
When my folks would come home

B7
They'd be humming a song

D E7 F#m
Mama'd smile and say child don't you know

D
There ain't a thing in this world to make you

A F#m B7 E7 A
Fall in love girl like the San Antonio Stroll

B7
Well the day finally come when my mama said hun

D E7 A
It's 'bout time you came with us as well

B7
Well I had me a time yes I danced all the night

E7 A
Till they rang that old cracked midnight bell


F#m
Then the lights went down low

C#m
The fiddler picked up his bow

D E7 A
And he played something stately and slow

F#m C#m
And my sister Irene and her husband to be

B7 E7
They held hands and began to stroll

A B7
I've been away for a while but it still brings a smile

D E7 F#m
When I think of the way that it goes

D A F#7
Now I'll sing it to you just so we both can do

B7 E7 A
That old San Antonio Stroll

D A F#7
Now I'll sing it to you just so we both can do

B7 E7 A
That old San Antonio Stroll

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