"Gonna Lay Down My Old Guitar" as written by and Alton Delmore....
I'm gonna lay down my old guitar
lay down my old guitar
I wish I could tie it to my side
And take it along with me

(Now sing it) I'm sick in a lonesome bed
(I heard that son) I'm sick in a lonesome bed
Oh there's no one to hold my aching head
And I'm sick in a lonesome bed

I'm gonna lay down my old guitar
Lay down my old guitar
I wish I could tie it to my side
And take it along with me (jump on son)

Well there's no one to cry for me
No one to cry for me
Well, I've wandered so far away don't you see
And there's no one to cry for me

I'm gonna lay down my old guitar
Lay down my old guitar
I wish I could tie it to my side
And take it along with me (oh bring it)

Well, I'm telling this world goodbye
Telling this world goodbye
I'm telling the world and my dear little girl
I'm tell them all goodbye

I'm gonna lay down my old guitar
Lay down my old guitar
I wish I could tie it to my side
And take it along with me (get it son)

I'm gonna lay down my old guitar
Lay down my old guitar
I wish I could tie it to my side
And take it along with me


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"Gonna Lay Down My Old Guitar" as written by Alton Delmore

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