Leaving Town Blues

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Leaving Town Blues-Bill Cox
Bill Cox, vocal, guitar in C position, standard tuning and harmonica on a rack

INTRO

Oh, a woman ain't nothin' but a trouble on a poor man's mind
Oh, a woman ain't nothin' but a trouble on a poor man's mind
But if you've got a good woman, you better keep her, for they're doggone hard to find

HARMONICA SOLO

My good gal's gone, and I don't know the reason why
My good gal's gone, and I don't know the reason why
But it makes no difference, I'm too doggone mean to cry

HARMONICA SOLO

It takes a worried man to sing a worried song
Takes a worried man to sing a worried song
She's got me worried now, but I won't be worried long

HARMONICA SOLO

I'm going to the depot to see that evening train come down
I'm going to the depot to see that evening train come down
But the blues won't leave me, since my good gal's gone and left this town

HARMONICA SOLO

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