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Philadelphia Lawyer chords

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    C               G7
Way out in Reno, Nevada,
                          C
Where romance blooms and fades,
                     F
A great Philadelphia lawyer
        C           G7        C
Was in love with a Hollywood maid. 


 
   C               G7
"Come, love, and we'll go ramblin'
¨                          C
Down where the lights are so bright.
¨                     F
I'll win you a divorce from your husband,¨
        C           G7        C
And we can get married tonight."¨


   C               G7
Wild Bill was a gun-totin' cowboy,
¨                          C
¨Ten notches were carved in his gun.¨
¨                     F
And all the boys around Reno
        C           G7        C
¨Left Wild Bill's maiden alone.


   C               G7
One night when Bill was returning¨
¨                          C
From ridin' the range in the cold,¨
¨                     F
He dreamed of his Hollywood sweetheart,
¨        C           G7        C
Her love was as lasting as gold.

   C               G7
As he drew near her window,
¨¨                          C
Two shadows he saw on the shade;¨'
¨                     F
Twas the great Philadelphia lawyer
¨        C           G7        C
Makin' love to Bill's Hollywood maid.


   C               G7
The night was as still as the desert,¨
¨                          C
The moon hangin' high overhead.
¨                     F
Bill listened awhile through the window,
¨        C           G7        C
He could hear ev'ry word that he said:


   C               G7
"Your hands are so pretty and lovely,
¨¨                          C
Your form's so rare and divine.¨
¨                     F
Come go with me to the city¨
        C           G7        C
And leave this wild cowboy behind."


   C               G7
Now tonight back in old Pennsylvania,
¨                          C
Among those beautiful pines,
¨                     F
There's one less Philadelphia lawyer
        C           G7        C
In old Philadelphia tonight.



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