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Capo 2 (or wherever suits your singing voice)

Well its two eggs up on whiskey toast
Homefries on the side
Wash it down with a road house coffee
Man it burns up your insides

It was a Canyon Colorado diner
and a waitress I did love||
she sat beside me 'neath an old stuffed bear
and a warn out navajo rug

D               G   Em  
Well, Aye aye aye, Katy
C-i                   D
Shades of red and blue
                G   Em
Well, Aye aye aye, Katy
C-i                          D             G
Whatever became of your navajo rug and you

Ol' Jack the boss he leaves about six
and it's Katy bar the door
she'd pull down that navajo rug 
and spread it across that floor

Well I saw lightning across the sacred mountains 
the wooing of a turtle dove
lying next to Katy 
on that old navajo rug 


I saw ol' Jack about a year ago
he said the place burned to the ground
and as for my Katy dear
she done gone and left town 

Oh but Katy got her souvenir
he spit out a Red Man plug
You should have seen her runnin' through the smoke
she was draggin' that navajo rug


So every time a cross the Sacred Mountains
and lightning breaks above
it takes me back to a simpler time
with my long lost Katy love

Yea but everything keeps on moving
seems like the whole worlds on the go
you don't find things that last anymore 
like a hand woven navajo 

Chorus x2
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