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Traveling Down The Blue Road


Marshall Wilborn Doyle Lawson


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Song : Eb
Intro :
B A E
B A E F#
B A E
B F# B

Chorus :
B A E
Traveling down the blue road
B A E F#
Wondering, hardly waiting just to get back home again
B A E
Winds are blowing down the blue road
B F# B
Too long a loser, soon he's gonna win.

B A E B
He's worked in wood, worked in steel, call him what you will
A E F#
Years can never outnumber the miles on his shoes
B A E B
Been a lover and a fighter, gambler and moonshiner
F# B
Call him well-acquainted with the blues.

Chorus

Solo :
B A E
B A E F#
B A E
B F# B

B A E B
Speak of oil fields, cottonfields, bright lights and city nights
A E F#
Think about most any place he may have lived or died
B A E B
There but now there's a lady who can turn back the miles
F# B
Gentle as a summer morning air.

Chorus
Solo :
B A E
B A E F#
B A E
B F# B

Outro :
B A E
Traveling down the blue road
B F# B
Too long a loser, soon he's gonna win,
B F# B
Too long a loser, soon he's gonna win…
B D E B
Wi—i—i—in


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