Near The End

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Near The End-Walter Vinson
Walter Vinson, vocal and guitar in dropped-D tuning, D position, Charlie McCoy, mandolin
NOTE: Walter Vinson recorded this song as "Sam Hill from Louisville".

INTRO

No more mistreating among the women and men
No more mistreating among the women and men
Because this road I'm traveling have carried me to the end

I ain't never caused no confusion, had no word to send
Never caused no confusion, had no word to send
But still this road I'm traveling have carried me to the end

No, I can't speak a word to express myself
I can't speak a word to express myself
All friends have forsaken me for somebody else

When I was up, my money that they would spend
When I was up, my money that they would spend
But now I'm down, babe, and near the end

It ain't no use to have, oh, too many of friends
Ain't no use to have, oh, too many of friends
It won't none be with you when you're near the end

They'll call you "Misters" and "Missus," give you a smile and a grin
Call you "Misters" and "Missus," give you a smile and a grin
But won't none be with you when you're near the end

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