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Truck Drivers Blues Chords

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#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------#
#This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the #
#song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. #
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Date: 10/13/96; 12:55:05 AM
From: ah827@rgfn.epcc.Edu (Gene L. Graham)
Subject: TRUCK DRIVER'S BLUES


TRUCK DRIVER'S BLUES
Words and Music by Ted Daffan

[A] Feelin' kinda weary, from my head down to my [A7] shoes
[D] Feelin' kinda weary, from my head down [D7] to my [A] shoes
I got a [E] low down feelin'
Truck [E7] Driver's [A] Blues.

Keep them wheels a-rollin', I ain't got no time to lose
Keep them wheels a-rollin', I ain't got no time to lose
Just a low down feelin'
Truck Driver's Blues.

[A] Ride, ride, ride, ride on into [A7] town
[D] Ride, ride, ride, ride on [D7] town [A]
My [E] honky tonk gal is waitin'
I got [E7] troubles to [A] drown.

I never did have nothin', I got nothin' much to lose
I never did have nothin', I got nothin' much to lose
But the low down feelin'
Truck Driver's Blues.

Note. According to the Encyclopedia of Folk, Country and Western Music
Ted Daffan's "Truck Driver's Blues" was the biggest country record
of 1939.
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