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The Wabash Cannonball chords

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The Carter Family
Wabash Cannonball


     G                               C
    Out from the wide Pacific to the broad Atlantic shore,
             D                        D7                   G
    she climbs flowery mountains over hills and by the shore
       C
    Although she's tall and handsome and she's known quite well by all,
                 D                     D7             G
    she's a regular combination of the Wabash Cannonball.

                  G                            C
    Oh, the eastern states are dandy, so the western people say,
           D              D7                G
    Chicago, Rock Island, St. Louis by the way.

       C
    To the lakes of Minnesota where the rippling waters fall,
             D                   D7             G
    no changes to be taken on the Wabash Cannonball.

           G                                  C
    Oh, listen to the jingle, the rumor and the roar,
                  D                         D7               G
    as she glides along the woodlands over hills and by the shore
          C
    She climbs the flowery mountains, hear the merry hobos squall,
             D                            D7      G
    she glides along the woodlands, the Wabash Cannonball.

            G                                         C
    Oh, here's Old Daddy Cleton, let his name forever stand,
            D                    D7               G
    and long be remembered 'bo's throughout the land
                                             C
    For he is a good old rounder, till the curtain round him fall,
                  D                          D7           G
    he'll be carried back to victory on the Wabash Cannonball.

                G                                  C
    I have rode the I.C. Limited, also the Royal Blue
         D                          D7              G
    across the eastern countries on mail car number two.
                G                           C
    I have rode those highball trains from coast to coast that's all,
         D                           D7         G
    but I have found no equal to the Wabash Cannonball.

           G                                  C
    Oh, listen to the jingle, the rumble and the roar,

             D               D7                       G
    as she glides along the woodlands over hills and by the shore                        
                                       C
    She climbs the flowery mountains, hear the merry hobos squall,
             D                           D7        G
    she glides along the woodlands, the Wabash Cannonball

            
            
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