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Buck Owens - Let The Sad Times Roll On Chords

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Let The Sad Times Roll On Chords

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                LET THE SAD TIMES ROLL ON
--Buck OWens & Red Simpson--




/  single strum




KEY: B / Tune down 1/2 step / PLAY: C


STEEL INTRO: N/C  G7  C



VERSE:

C                            
Put a quarter in the jukebox and let it play

          G7                                C
That same sad song that's been playing all day


You know the one where his darlin' is gone
   /        /         /         /           /
   F        C         F         C           C       G7             C  C7      
So pour the red wine, play the jukebox, and let the sad times roll on



CHORUS:

        F 
Let the sad times roll on

            C
Cause she's gone, she's gone
   /        /         /        /
   F        C         F        C
So pour the red wine, play the jukebox
    /
    C       G7             C
And let the sad times roll on



STEEL SOLO: N/C  G7  C



VERSE:

C
I watch as the record spins around

      G7                             C
As he tells of a love that's let him down


He's singin' my life story in his song
   /        /         /         /           /
   F        C         F         C           C       G7             C  C7      
So pour the red wine, play the jukebox, and let the sad times roll on



CHORUS:

        F 
Let the sad times roll on

            C
Cause she's gone, she's gone
   /        /         /        /
   F        C         F        C
So pour the red wine, play the jukebox
    /
    C       G7             C
And let the sad times roll on 
            
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