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London homesick blues, Gary p nunn

#----------------------------------PLEASE NOTE---------------------------------# #This file is the author's own work and represents their interpretation of the # #song. You may only use this file for private study, scholarship, or research. # #------------------------------------------------------------------------------# # From: Paul W. Dvorak <> Date: Saturday, May 23, 1998 1:59 PM Subject: A Few Comments and a Song This is "London Homesick Blues", by Gary P. Nunn. Caveat: I have yet to see a set of published lyrics to this song, so what I'm sending you is from listening to the recording. I'm writing the lyrics the way he pronounces the words (and the way I hear them), not necessarily the way they were written. Should give a few more folks something to bitch about. Although written and performed by Gary P. Nunn, the song was originally released on Jerry Jeff Walker's "Viva Terlingua" album, recorded live at the Luckenbach, TX dancehall in August 1973. The song is also unofficially known as "Home With the Armadillo" and is the theme song to Austin City Limits. London Homesick Blues Gary P. Nunn From the album, "Viva Terlingua", by Jerry Jeff Walker, 1973 1st verse [G] Well, when you're down on your luck, and you ain't got a buck, in [D] London you're a goner. Even London Bridge has fallen down, and [G] moved to Arizona, now I know [C] why. And I'll substantiate the rumor that the English sense of humor is [G] drier than than the Texas sand. You can put up your dukes, and you can bet your boots that I'm [D] leavin' just as fast as I can. Chorus [G] I wanna go [C] home with the [G] arma [Am] dillo Good country [C] music from Ama [D] rillo and Abi [G] lene The friendliest [C] people and the prettiest [D] women you've ever [G] seen. 2nd Verse [G] Well, it's cold over here, and I swear I [D] wish they'd turn the heat on. And where in the world is that English girl I [G] promised I would meet on the third [C] floor. And of the whole damn lot, the only friend I've got is a [G] smoke and a cheap guitar. My mind keeps roamin', my heart keeps longin' to be [D] home in a Texas bar. Chorus 3rd Verse [G] Well, I decided that I'd get my cowboy hat and [D] go down to Marble Art Station. 'Cause when a Texan fancies, he'll take his chances. [G] Chances will be taken, that's for [C] sure. And them Limey eyes, they were eyein' the prize that some [G] people call manly footwear. And they said you're from down South, and when you open your mouth, you [D] always seem to put your foot there. Repeat chorus 'til the cows come home. Submitted by Paul Dvorak

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