Summer Wages

Matthew Barber

Tom: D
Intro: D 

verse 1: 
                       G 
Never hit 17, when you play against the dealer 
          D             Bm                   A  
Cause you know That the odds won't ride with you 
          D                                G 
And never leave your women alone when your friends are out to steal her 
             D           Bm               A    D         
She might be gambled and gone like summer wages 


verse 2: 
                               G 
And we'll keep rolling on till we get to Vancouver 
          D           Bm                A 
Cause the lady that I love she's living there 
         D                       G 
And it's been six long months or more since I've seen her 
             D           Bm               A    D 
She might be gambled and gone like summer wages 

A G D In all the beer parlors all down the long main street Bm G A Dreams of the season are spilled down on the floor G D Big stands of timber wait there just for falling Bm G A The Hookers standing watch for me, waiting by the door
verse 3: D G So I work on them toes with my slippery city shoes D Bm A Though I swore I would never do that again D G Through the great fog bound streets where the sea stands awaiting D Bm A D I'll be far off and gone like summer wages Instrumental: D G D Bm A D G D Bm A D Chorus: Verse: 4: D G Never hit 17, when you play against the dealer D Bm A Cause you know That the odds won't ride with you D G Never leave your women alone when your friends are out to steal her D Bm A D She might be gambled and gone like summer wages Bm A D G D And the years are gambled and lost like summer wages

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