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LOVE OF A ROLLING STONE (Jerry Chesnut) Tanya Tucker - 1975 You hated old Chicago in the wintertime When the cold wind blows right through ya And you said it ain't no fun Called the West a dream come true Then one week it got the best of you On a pipeline in that Oklahoma sun You swore if this day ever came There'd be no strings, no playin' games Misty eyes and sad goodbyes to say When love is gone why try to put A finger on what happened Somewhere down the road it slipped away All I ever wanted was a baby in my arms A wedding ring and a simple thing called home All you ever gave me was a look down some ol' highway The sky above and the love of a rollin' stone I remember when you told me that you'd always be a drifting man And we didn't need another hungry mouth to feed But I won't bring a child into a world between the roses And the thorn in the side of a tumblin' tumbleweed One day you may miss me, but I hope you don't feel guilty Go chase the sun until your dying day But inside me there's a second little heartbeat that goes with me And the one good thing that happened on the way All I ever wanted was a baby in my arms A wedding ring and a simple thing called home All you ever gave me was a look down some ol' highway The sky above and the love of a rollin' stone (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - May 2013)

    


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