HOME IN SAN ANTONE
Recorded by Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys: 14 July 1942
(Vocal: Danny Alguire)
Words and music by Floyd Jenkins (aka Fred Rose)
CAPO: 3RD FRET KEY: F PLAY: D
[D] Haven't got a wor-[D7] ry, [G] haven't got a care
[D] Haven't got a thing to call my [A] own
[D] Though I'm out of mon-[D7] ey, [G] I'm a millionaire
[D] I still have my [A] home in San An-[D] tone. ...[D7]
[G] When I greet my neighbors with a [Gm] hi ya-[G] all
[D] I'm wealthy as a king upon a [A] throne
[D] You can have your man-[D7] sion, [G] or your cottage small
[D] I'll just take my [A] home in San An-[D] tone.
Travelled o'er the country, on my merry way
Been in crowds and felt I was alone
When I feel like braggin', I just up and say
I'm a native son of San Antone.
There's a sweet somebody by the Alamo
Someday she's gonna be my very own
And we'll buy a highchair in a year or so
For our little Home In San Antone.