Oops, an error
Loading. Please wait.

Cindy Of New Orleans chords

31 views 1 this week
no commentswrite comment
1 2 3 4 5
2 more votes to show rating
add to favorites
×
Save as Personal and add changes to this tab that will be seen only by you. Learn more ›
×
You can save this tab as Personal to edit and correct it or add notes. All changes will be seen only by you. Learn more »
launch autoscroll
font size
0
reset
transpose
0
reset
display chords
guitar tuner
edit
Autoscroll
slow
fast
+/-
esc
set tempo
stop
Strumming
There is no strumming pattern for this song yet. and get +5 IQ
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.


            
            
Suggest correction
Creating personal tab
Creating personal tab
You can edit any tab online and save it as your Personal.

You can edit, replace or remove any tab part or add personal notes – all changes will be seen only by you.

Personal tabs can be accessed anytime from any device, even offline.
Learn more »
Give kudos to tab author, rate the tab!
1 2 3 4 5
comments
print report bad tab
guest
You may want to rate the tab now too:
select rating
Wanna post a correction for this tab? Suggest correction