Tablature ballad of forty dollars

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Ballad of forty dollars, Waylon jennings

#----------------------------------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. # #------------------------------------------------------------------------------# # ****************** THE BALLAD OF 40 DOLLARS ***************** performed by Waylon Jennings and Johnny Cash. Verse 1: (Waylon) D G The man that preached the funeral said it really was a simple way to die A D He laid down to rest one afternoon and never opened up his eyes G They hired me and Fred and Joe to dig the grave and carry up some chairs A D It took us seven hours and i guess we must have drunk a case of beer Verse 2: (Johnny) D G I guess i ought to go and watch them put him down but i don't own a suit A D And anyway when they start talkin' about the fire in hell i get spooked G So let's just sit here in the truck and act like we don't know him when they pass A D Anyway,when they're all through we got to go to work and mow the grass Verse 3: (Waylon then Johnny) D G Here they come and who's that riding in that big old shiney limousine A D Look at all that chrome i do believe that that's the sharpest thing i've seen G That must belong to his rich uncle someone said he owned a big old farm A D When they get parked let's mosey down and look it over that won't do no harm Verse 4: (Waylon then Johnny) (A tone higher) E A That must be the widow in the car and won't you take a look at that B E That sure is a pretty dress you know some women do look good in black A He's not even in the ground and they tell me his truck is up for sale B E They say she took it pretty hard but you can't tell too much behind a veil Verse 5: (Waylon then Johnny) (A tone higher) E A Listen ain't that pretty when a bugler plays a military taps B E I think when you were in the war they always hide and play a song like that A Well here we are and there he goes and i guess that you might call it our bad luck B E I hope he rests in peace but the trouble is the fellow owes us forty bucks Thanks to David M. Potter ( for the lyrics. Perret Charles-Amir :

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