Ian Tyson - Summer Wages
Intro: C F C G C C C7 F Never hit seventeen when you play against the dealer, C Am G For you know that the odds won't ride with you. C C7 F Never leave your woman alone with your friends around to steal her. C Am G C She'll be gambled and gone like summer wages. C C7 F And we'll keep rollin' on till we get to Vancouver C Am G And the lady that I love, she's living there. C C7 F It's been six long months and more since I've seen her, C Am G C Maybe she's gambled and gone like summer wages.C C7 F So I'll work on the tow boats with my slippery city shoes— C Am G Lord, I swore I would never do that again. C C7 F Through the gray fog-bound straits where the cedars stand watchin', C Am G C I'll be far off and gone like summer wages. F C Am And the years are gambled and lost G C G C Like summer wagesG7 F C In all the beer parlors all down along Main Street C Am F G The dreams of the season are all spilled out on the floor. G F C All the big stands of timber waitin' there just for fallin'. C Am F G And the hookers standin' watchfully, waitin' by the door.
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