MERLE HAGGARD


Anniversary Blue Yodel Lyrics

I was a stranger passing through your town
Honey, I was a stranger passing through your town
When I asked you a favor, good gal you turned me down
Sure did

You may see me talking, walking down that railroad
track
You may see me talking, walking down that railroad
track
But good gal you done me wrong, I ain't never coming
back
It's the truth, honey

Honey, I'm so lonesome, I don't know what to do
Honey, I'm so lonesome, I don't know what to do
They way you treat me, mama, Lord, I hope you're
lonesome too
Lord, Lord, Lord

Pick one boy
And man, let's go to town

I've rode the Southern, I've rode that L and N, yes I
have
I've rode the Southern, I've rode that L and N
And if the police don't get me, I'm gonna ride them
again

Say hey, mister break man, don't put me off your train
Please, mister break man, don't put me off your train
'Cause the weather is cold and it looks like it's going
to rain
Rain, rain

Hey, I like Mississippi, I fool about Tennessee
I like Mississippi, fool about Tennessee
But these Texas women, 'bout got the best of me

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