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Johnny Cash - Cocaine Carolina Chords

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Cocaine Carolina Chords

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Johnny Cash
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Morning found me lyin' on a floor in New Orleans
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Looking like the patches was about to eat my jeans
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Feeling like my belly was a warehouse for the blues
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And I sure miss my sweet Cocaine Carolina

C                          G
Met her on an ocean liner, called her Cocaine Carolina
C                              G
She was quite a lady then, and I was twenty-two
C                                G
God knows how much I adored her, I just never could afford her
C                        D               G
Cocaine Carolina how did I get hooked on you

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So goodbye Cocaine Carolina, you and I are through
C                                   G
I'm going back to Sandy Skags, she knows just what to do
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She don't love me for my money, she just wants my body honey
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Cocaine Carolina, how did I get hooked on you

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Oh someone said if I was lucky, I could go back to Kentucky
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Lexington was famous for its bluegrass and its hills
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Carolina we should get up, don't you know we'll have to split up
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Maybe I should go to California

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