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Lonesome Hearted Blues Song Lyrics and Chords

 

Lonesome Hearted Blues Song Lyrics and Chords by Reno Brothers

 

Lonesome Hearted Blues
Recorded by The Reno Brothers
Written by Don Reno
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Blu--
F# 
es 
 
 
G 
lonesome hearted blues
 
I'm  
C 
fixin' to leave this old  
G 
town
 
Blu--
F# 
es 
 
 
G 
lonesome hearted blues
 
And I  
D7 
ain't gonna let 'em get me  
G 
down

I used to drive a big black Cadillac

 
I  
C 
used to drive a big black  
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Cadillac
 
Well  
C 
this walking almost broke my  
G 
back
 
But I  
D7 
ain't gonna let it get me  
G 
down

Repeat #1

This old pipe's been sounding good to me

 
Yeah a  
C 
different flippers sounding good to  
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me
 
I  
C 
think I'll have myself a jambo
G 
ree
 
And  
D7 
never let these words get me  
G 
down

Repeat #1

I'm going where the sun always shines Lord Lord

 
I'm  
C 
going where the sun always  
G 
shines
 
Might  
C 
find me a babe to help me  
G 
clear my mind
 
And  
D7 
never let these worries get me  
G 
down

Repeat #1

 

FAQ

 

Who sang the the song Lonesome Hearted Blues?
- The song Lonesome Hearted Blues was sang by Reno Brothers.

 

Who is Reno Brothers?
- The Reno Gang, also known as the Reno Brothers Gang and The Jackson Thieves, were a group of criminals that operated in the Midwestern United States during and just after the American Civil War. Though short-lived, they carried out the first three peacetime train robberies in U.S. history. Most of the stolen money was never recovered.
The gang was broken up by the lynchings of ten of its members by vigilante mobs in 1868. The murders created an international diplomatic incident with Canada and Great Britain, a general public uproar, and international newspaper coverage. No one was ever identified or prosecuted for the lynchings.
The Reno Brothers have been portrayed in two movies, including Elvis Presley's first movie Love Me Tender 1956, where he starred as brother Clint.

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