Cindy Of New Orleans:Waylon Jennings. - Album - Folk Country - #9 on BB Country Album Chart on RCA Records in 1966. (Intro) G C (Verse 1) C G Down by the river where the big boats go by. C Each day you could see them as evening was nigh. G They planned to be married at the first sign of spring. C And Jim would take Cindy to see New Orleans. (Verse 2) G The town folks would smile as they sat there alone. C Jim talked of the day he'd make Cindy his own. G He saved his money to buy her a ring and take his C sweet Cindy to see New Orleans. (Interlude) G C (Verse 3) D A One day a riverboat gambler chanced by and captured D her heart with his sweet words and lies. A He told her, come with me, and you'll be a queen. D So, they left together to see New Orleans. (Verse 4) A Each day you can see Jim though years have gone by. D Down by the river where the big boats go by. A She wrote she'd return at the first sign of spring. D He's waiting for Cindy to see New Orleans. A sixties smash from Kraziekhat.