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Jack Daniels Old No 7 ukulele

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Jack Daniels Old No. 7
 
F                             F
A woman wrings her hands and cries “I've lost my man”
F                               F
You should-a seen him roll the diesel 'cross the land
G                          F
Now you'll find him up on Lynchburg, Tennessee
Am                        F
Collecting bottles in his old dungarees
              Am        D                             G 
At the Silver Dollar Saloon, gonna break him out here soon

Chorus:
F             Am
Jack Daniel's Old No 7
F                   F
Tennessee sour-mash whiskey (repeat)
 
Bogie Bogart cried, “Lauren, let's sail to sea,
And when I'm dyin' have another drink for me”
Now you’ll find him up on Lynchburg all the time
They keep him waiting, at the end of the line
At the honky-tonky parade

Chorus


PS: Don Everly's solo song



by: José Duarte
jtduarte1@gmail.com
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