Johnny Horton – Honky Tonk Man chords

Chords
Transpose:
Honky Tonk Man:Johnny Horton.
#96 Rock & #11 Country in 1962.

CHORUS:
EI`m a honky tonk man, and I can`t seem to stop.
AI love to give the girls a whirl to the music
Eof an old jukebox.
E BBut when my money`s all gone, I`m on the telephone,
A B Ecallin` hey, hey, Mama, can your Daddy come home?
#1.
E BI`m living fast and dangerously but I`ve got plenty
Eof company.
E BWhen the moon comes up and the sun goes down,
A Ethat`s when I want to see the lights of town.
CHORUS:
EI`m a honky tonk man, and I can`t seem to stop.
AI love to give the girls a whirl to the music
Eof an old jukebox.
E BBut when my money`s all gone, I`m on the telephone,
A B Ecallin` hey, hey, Mama, can your Daddy come home?
(INTERLUDE:) CHORUS:
EI`m a honky tonk man, and I can`t seem to stop.
AI love to give the girls a whirl to the music
Eof an old jukebox.
E BBut when my money`s all gone, I`m on the telephone,
A B Ecallin` hey, hey, Mama, can your Daddy come home?
#2.
E BIt takes a pretty little gal and a jug of wine..
A Ethat`s what it takes to make a honky tonk mine.
E BWith the jukebox a moanin` a honky tonk sound,
A Ethat`s when I wanna lay my money down.
CHORUS:
EI`m a honky tonk man, and I can`t seem to stop.
AI love to give the girls a whirl to the music
Eof an old jukebox.
E BBut when my money`s all gone, I`m on the telephone,
A B Ecallin` hey, hey, Mama, can your Daddy come home?
A sixties smash from Kraziekhat.
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