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Seamans Blues

Song Author Ernest Tubb og Talmadge Tubb Performer: Hank Williams Submitted by: Anonymous
[C]I'm on my way to Italy from the gulf of Mexi[G7]co   
Riding on a tanker and feeling mighty [C]low  
My good gals behind me no loving for so [G7]long   
I'm going back to Texas cause that's where I [C]belong

[F]Nights are so lonely on the [C]ocean
[F]There's to much time to dream of yeste[C]rday
If [F]I could only carry out my [C]notion
I'd [G7]hit the trail for Texas right [C]away

[C]I'm on my way to Italy from the gulf of Mexi[G7]co   
Riding on a tanker and feeling mighty [C]low  
My good gals behind me no loving for so [G7]long   
I'm going back to Texas cause that's where I [C]belong

[F]I never thought when I was [C]leaving
[F]I could get so blue out on the [C]sea  
But [F]I'll bet you after all this [C]grieving
It's [G7]that good old Texas soil for [C]me  

[C]I'm on my way to Italy from the gulf of Mexi[G7]co   
Riding on a tanker and feeling mighty [C]low  
My good gals behind me no loving for so [G7]long   
I'm going back to Texas cause that's where I [C]belong

I'm on my way to Italy from the gulf of Mexico
Riding on a tanker and feeling mighty low
My good gals behind me no loving for so long
I'm going back to Texas cause that's where I belong

Nights are so lonely on the ocean
There's to much time to dream of yesterday
If I could only carry out my notion
I'd hit the trail for Texas right away

I'm on my way to Italy from the gulf of Mexico
Riding on a tanker and feeling mighty low
My good gals behind me no loving for so long
I'm going back to Texas cause that's where I belong

I never thought when I was leaving
I could get so blue out on the sea
But I'll bet you after all this grieving
It's that good old Texas soil for me

I'm on my way to Italy from the gulf of Mexico
Riding on a tanker and feeling mighty low
My good gals behind me no loving for so long
I'm going back to Texas cause that's where I belong

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