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Dixie Cannonball Chords (ver.1)

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Dixie Cannonball Chords (ver.1)

Hank Williams
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                Hank Williams Sr.- Dixie Cannonball          

E
I’m a headin' back to Dixie
           A               E
That's the place I long to be
          A                    E
Where the cotton grows and the Swanee flows
       F#m                B7
That's home sweet home to me
E
Where they meet you and they greet you
         A
With the sweetest how you all
     E
Well shut my mouth, I’m a headin' south
       B7          E
On the Dixie Cannonball.

Chorus:
E                               A
On the Dixie Cannonball, on the Dixie Cannonball
     E                            F#M                B7
Just listen to the whistle, it'll thrill you one and all
      E                                       A
And I know there's some one waitin', with the sweetest how you all
     E
Well shut my mouth, I’m a headin' south 
       B7          E
On the Dixie Cannonball.

E
When I cross them Smokey mountains
        A              E
I’ll be countin' every mile
         A                            E
When the whistle blows, I’ll be on my toes
         F#m              B7
And I’ll shuffle down the aisle
      E
And I know I’ll not be lonesome
       A
When I see them treetops tall
           E
I’m coming through on the big choo-choo
       B7          E
On the Dixie Cannonball.

Chorus:

E
Yes, I'm goin' back to Dixie
           A               E
That's the place I long to be
          A                    E
Where the cotton grows and the Swanee flows

F#m                B7
That's home sweet home to me
E
Where they meet you and they greet you
         A
With the sweetest how you all
     E
Well shut my mouth, I’m a headin' south
       B7          E
On the Dixie Cannonball.

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