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(Capo 2nd Fret)

Intro:  G (320003@1) Em (022000@1) C (x32010@1) Due
Verse 1.sa
D (xx0232@1)       G (320003@1)                                Amoi
Well it's two eggs up on whiskey toast * And home fries on the side
C (x32010@1)                                  Am7 (x02010@1)           DWash (xx0232@1)it down with the truck coffee * Burns up your insides
        G (320003@1)                            AmJust (x02210@1)a Canyon-Colorado Diner * And a waitress I did love
    CWe (x32010@1)sat in the back 'neath an old stuffed bear
                     D (xx0232@1) (stop)
On a worn out Navajo rug

Verse 2.
          G (320003@1)                                          AmWell (x02210@1)Old Jack, the boss, he closed at six * And it was Katie bar the door
                            Am7 (x02010@1)            DShe'd (xx0232@1)pull down that Navajo rug * And she'd spread it 'cross the floor
             GHey, (320003@1)I saw lightning in the sacred mountains
     Am (x02210@1)                       CSaw (x32010@1)the dance of turtle doves * sittin' next to Katie
    DOn (xx0232@1)that old Navajo rug

D (xx0232@1)        G (320003@1)  Em (022000@1)    C (x32010@1)               DAye, (xx0232@1)Aye, Aye, Katie * Shades of red and blue
           G (320003@1)  Em (022000@1)    C (x32010@1)                                   GAye, (320003@1)Aye, Aye, Katie * Whatever became of the Navajo rug and you
Em (022000@1)    C (x32010@1)               DKatie, (xx0232@1)shades of red and blue

Verse 3.
Well I saw old Jack about a year ago
He said the place burned to the ground
And all I saved was an old bear tooth
And Katie, she'd left town
Ah, but Katie, she got her souvenir too
Jack spat a tobacco plug
Well you should have seen her a-coming through the smoke
Draggin' that Navajo rug
(Repeat Chorus)
Verse 4.
Now every time I cross those sacred mountains
And lightning breaks from above
It always takes me back in time
To my long lost Katie love
But everything keeps on a-movin'
Yeah, an' everybody's on the go
You don't find things that last anymore
Like an old woven Navajo
(Repeat Chorus twice and fade)
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