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Waylon Jennings - Nowhere Road (w/ Willie) (Chord)
Submitter: twizzle05 (92) on 6/2/05 2 comments
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Nowhere Road--Waylon and Willie
written by Earle/King
From the album "Wanted: The Outlaws! Twentieth Anniversary"
Corrections welcome.   Tabbed 6/1/05

Capo I


INTRO: G  Cadd9   G  F  C  G

          G
There's a road in Oklahoma
                  F        C               G
Straighter than a preacher   longer than a memory
       G
And it goes forever onward
                 F      C                      G
It's been a good teacher  for a lot of country boys like me

INTRO

I push that load from here to someday
I push it as long as I'm alive and I don't know how long I'll last
Oh it's just a road it ain't no highway
Goin' by the double-five, know I'm goin' way too fast


CHORUS:
D      C                   G
I been down this road just searchin for the end
D            C                  G                D
And it don't go nowhere it just brings you back again
                     G
Leaves ya lonely and cold standin' on the shoulder
                    F              C                             G
But you've come too far to go back home so you're walkin' on the nowhere road


INTRO


Some folks say if you keep rollin'
And you keep it in the yellow line it'll take you to the big highway
But there's a toll to pay so if you're goin'
Keeper at the gates is blind so you better be prepared to pay


CHORUS


INTRO

 
 Comments (click here to add a non-facebook comment)
Something doesn't look quite right - I will take a listen to the
Steve Earle version because that C doesn't seem right - I think it
could be an F instead then to C instead of C/B.


-lmofle | 6/2/2005
I just checked, and that sounds pretty good. I'm gonna go ahead and post it. Thanks.
-twizzle05 | 6/2/2005
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