|Words:||Hank Williams, Sr|
|Music:||Hank Williams, Sr|
|Performed By:||Hank Williams, Elvis Presley, B. J. Thomas, Willie Nelson|
Words & Music by Hank Williams Recorded by Hank Williams, 1949 Also recorded by B.J. Thomas, 1966 (#8) C C/B Am7 Am7/G Hear that lonesome whippoorwill; C Em Gm7 C7 He sounds too blue to fly.. F Fm C Am The midnight train is whining low G C G7 C G Am7 G/B I'm so lonesome I could cry. I've never seen a night so long, When time goes crawling by; The moon just went behind a cloud; I'm so lonesome I could cry. Did you ever see a Robin weep When leaves begin to die? That means he's lost the will to live; I'm so lonesome I could cry. The silence of a falling star Lights up a purple sky; And as I wonder where you are, I'm so lonesome I could cry.
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