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Django & Jimmie 
Preformed by Willie Nelson & Merle Haggard
Written by Jimmy Melton & Jeff Prince
From the album "Django & Jimmie"

[INTRO] 
D Em D Em

[VERSE 1] 
            D                          G    A                D
Well I'm a kid with a guitar trying to play Nuages when they ask. 
G               A#         D
Where does your style come from? 
D                            G            D
I know what you mean, 'cause I learned to sing
G                 A            D
Listening to Blue Yodel number 1. 
   Bm                       F#m                            G
We love Hank and Lefty, Bob Wills, Ernest Tubbs and Johnny Cash,
       Em                                                 A
but if we had to pinpoint the start of who we are we'd go back. 

[CHORUS]
   G          D       A         D
To Django and Jimmie, Paris and Mississippi. 
  G             D           A
A young singing brakeman, a jazz playing gypsy. 
      G              D      F#         G
There might not have been a Merle or a Willie,
   Em      A          D     
if not for Django and Jimmie. 

[INSTRUMENTAL]
 Em D Em

[VERSE 2]
            D             G      A                   D
Through the 20's and 30's Jimmie sang his way to the top, 
G                A#     D
despite of those old TB blues. 
D                  G              D
Django was a star, he burned up a guitar 
G                   A         D
with just two good fingers to use. 
          Bm                F#m                  G
You can't turn back time or put more sand in the glass,
    Em                                         A
but sometimes at night, I close my eyes and go back...

[CHORUS]
   G          D       A         D
To Django and Jimmie, Paris and Mississippi. 
  G             D           A
A young singing brakeman, a jazz playing gypsy. 
      G              D      F#         G
There might not have been a Merle or a Willie,
   Em      A          D     
if not for Django and Jimmie. 

      G              D      F#         G
There might not have been a Merle or a Willie,
   Em      A          D     
if not for Django and Jimmie. 

[INSTRUMENTAL]
 Em D Em

            
            
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