ćBury meä [C] by Dwight Yoakam
Transcribed and Submitted by Joshua Haynes
Transcribed from the dwightyoakamacoustic.net cd by Reprise Records
All words and music by Dwight Yoakam
Material published by Coal Dust West Music (EMI)
Hey [C] bury me, [F] along the big sandy
[C] Down in those Blue Grass [G] mountains.
[C] Rest my soul in those [F] hills of coal
[C] Until this old [G] land doesnāt [C] tremble.
[C] Donāt you [F] mourn for me when my [C] soul is free
No, [F] woman, donāt you [G] cry.
Just [C] bury me, [F] along the big sandy,
[C] Under the [G] blue Kentucky [C] sky.
This old [C] town of sin, itās [F] about to do me in
I Donāt [C] know how much I can [G] stand.
With my [C] knees on the street and my [F] heart at their feet
Iām [C] forced to flee from [G] Satanās hand.
When I came to this land I was strong and could stand,
But now Iāve somehow gone astray.
But I still see the truth and the teaching of my youth
And I know the Lord aināt turned away.