This is an acoustic cheat in standard tuning. THIS IS NOT THE VERSION HEARD ON THE RECORDING. That being said, even though this is meant for an acoustic, you REALLY should be playing ALL bar chords - otherwise it still just doesn't translate well and everyone will hate you for making the song sound like a big pile of turds. Enjoy. Bb Bb Hear the lonesome whipperwill, he sounds too blue to fly Eb(bar) Bb F Bb The midnight train is whining low, I'm so lonesome I could cry Bb Bb I never seen a night so long when times goes crawling by Eb(bar) Bb F Bb The moon just went behind a cloud to hide it's face and cry CHORUS G(bar) Cm Well maybe the night is cold but together they fade F Like the shadow that ran up to the hills Bb Trying to fix her wings G(bar) Cm There's a saint and a sinner, and forever the missing day F Where the winners and losers feel the same Bb Who knows what tomorrow brings Bb Bb Did you ever see a robin weep when leaves begin to die Eb(bar) Bb F Bb That means he's lost the will to live, I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry Bb Bb The silence of a falling star lights a purple sky Eb(bar) Bb F Bb And I wonder where you are, I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry TO CHORUS than final verse: Bb Bb Hear the lonesome whipperwill, he sounds too blue to fly Eb(bar) Bb F Bb The midnight train is whining low, I'm so lonesome I could cry F Bb I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry F Bb I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry Don't be a dirty user. Rate this tab up.