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Van Zandt Townes, White Freightliner Blues Chords (ver.1)

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White Freightliner Blues Chords (ver.1)

Van Zandt Townes Tabs
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      Submitted by D. Ravera (Hazydavey)
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dunno which tonality you gonna play it, but its the same old story:
if you play it in D:

D.... (D7)
I'm goin out on the highway
         G
listen to them big trucks whine
                          D
I'm goin out on the highway
         G
listen to them big trucks whine
                          D
White freight liner
A
won't you steal away my mind
          G             D

(D7)
Ah, New Mexico ain't bad, Lord
        G
and the people there they treat you kind
                                    D
Ah, New Mexico ain't bad, Lord
        G
and the people there they treat you kind
                                    D
White freight liner
A
won't you steal away my mind
          G             D



(D7)
Well, it's bad news from Houston
           G
half my friends are dying
                     D
Well, it's bad news from Houston
           G
half my friends are dying
                    D
White freight liner
A
won't you steal away my mind
          G             D

(D7)
Ah, Lord, I'm gonna ramble
    G
till I get back to where I came
                         D
Ah, Lord, I'm gonna ramble
    G
till I get back to where I came
                         D
White freight liner
A
won't you steal away my mind
         G            D

(D7)
I'm goin out on the highway
listen to them big trucks whine
I'm goin out on the highway
listen to them big trucks whine
White freight liner
won't you steal away my mind
            
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