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wurlitzer prize Waylon Jennings

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(@crkt246)
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this song is played with a alternating bass pattern it uses the B chord you can change it to the B7th chord and it dos'int sound to diffrent
Verse 1:
G
I'm not here to forget you,i'm here to recall

The things we used to say and do
Am
I don't want to get over you
D G
I don't want to get over you

Verse 2:
G
I haunt the same places we used to go

Alone at a table for two
Am
I don't want to get over you
D G
I don't want to get over you

Chorus:
G B
They ought to give me the wurlitzer prize
C/G Am C/G
For all the silver i led slide down the slot
G
Playing those songs sung blue
Am
Help me remember you
D G
I don't want to get over you

Verse 3:
G
A fresh roll of quarters,same old song

Missing you through and through
Am
I don't want to get over you
D G
I don't want to get over you

Chorus.

G Am
I don't want to get over you
D G
I don't want to get over you


   
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(@rparker)
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who did this song? I don't recognize it.....and yes, I'm old. :lol:

Roy
"I wonder if a composer ever intentionally composed a piece that was physically impossible to play and stuck it away to be found years later after his death, knowing it would forever drive perfectionist musicians crazy." - George Carlin


   
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I guess Waylon Jennings.
The avatar is a give away.


   
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(@crkt246)
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I guess Waylon Jennings.
Bingo!


   
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(@rparker)
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I just youtubed it. Very nice song. Old school country, um, rocks...... because it doesn't. :lol: :?

Roy
"I wonder if a composer ever intentionally composed a piece that was physically impossible to play and stuck it away to be found years later after his death, knowing it would forever drive perfectionist musicians crazy." - George Carlin


   
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(@crkt246)
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It sure does not rock in a good way! :D


   
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