David Allen Coe - You Never Even Called Me By My Name Chords

 
         
         
         
         
         
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No chord
    
Standard guitar tuning:
E
A
D
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No capo
C Well it was all that I could dGo to keep from cCryin' SometFimes it seemed so uGseless to rCemain But yFou don't have to caGll me darlin' C darAmlin' You nCever even cGall me by my nCame You don't have to caGll me Waylon JeCnnings And yFou don't have to cGall me Charley PCride And yFou don't have to cGall me Merle HaggCard anymAmore D Even though you're on my figtinG' side And I'll hCang around as loGng as you will let mCe and I nFever minded stanGdingin the raCin. But yFou don't have to caGll me darlin'C darAmlin' you neCver even cGall me by my nCame Well I've heard my name Ga few times in your pChonebook (hello hello) And I've Fseen it on sGigns where I've playCed But the oFnly time I knGow I'll hCear David Allan AmCoe Is when JeDsus has his final judgement dGay So I'll hCang around as loGng as you will let mCe and I nFever minded stanGding in the raiCn. But yFou don't have to caGll me darlin' C darAmlin' you nCever even cGall me by my nCame (Well a friend of mine named Steve Goodman wrote that song, and he told me it was the perfect country and western song I wrote him back a letter and told him It was not the percfect country and western song Because he hadn't said anything at all about mama Or trains or trucks or prison or gettin' drunk Well he sat down and wrote another verse to the song and he sent it to me And after reading it I realized That my friend had written the perfect country and western song And I felt at last obliged to itself the last verse goes like this here) Well I was dCrunk the day my mGom got out ofC prison And I wFent to pick her uGp in the rCain But befoFre I could gGet to the station in a Cpickup tAmruck D She got run'd over by a damned old tGrain And I'll hCang around as lGong as you will lCet me and I nFever minded stGanding in the rCain. But yFou don't have to cGall me darlin' C darAmlin' you nCever even cGalled me, well I wConder why you don't cAmall me, why dCont you ever cGall me by my nCame. I looked for this song in a lot of places but never could find it, so i learned it by ear. I still haven't quit got the part where he talks about Steve Goodman but I'll add it as soon as i figure it out or if one of you know the cords please feel free to email them to me. Thanks.

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