Jennings Waylon - Hank Williams Syndrome Chords & Tabs

 

Hank Williams Syndrome Chords & Tabs

Jennings Waylon Chords & Tabs

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Hank Williams Syndrome Chords

   
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************** HANK WILLIAMS SYNDROME *************

written and performed by Waylon Jennings


Verse 1:
          E
	Ramblin' about

	Down through the South
           A                           E 
	I find things are a changing a lot

	Especially me

	It's easy to see
          A                            E  
	Montgomery's still hot,and i'm not


Verse 2:
          E 
	I stopped by today

	At Hank Williams's grave
            A                        E
	My hero from the days of my youth

	Was that him or me

	That i used to be
                A                              B
	In the times when i searched for the truth

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Chorus:
           A                   E
	Hank you were my inspiration
                                      A
	And I was obsessed with your ways

	But to tell you the truth
             E
	It's no thanks to you
                               B 
	That i'm still living today
           A                     E
	Hank i still love your music 
                                              A
	And in spite of the things i've just said

	You'll always be
           E 
	A hero to me
                 D              A           E
	But the Hank Williams syndrome is dead


Verse 3:
          E
	The new hats are here

	And it's increasingly clear
             A                 E
	Our day is slipping on by
          
	They're not like me and you

	But that's alright,too
               A                    B
	They could keep the music alive


Chorus.


Perret Charles-Amir : perret@diva.univ-mlv.fr
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