"The Pipeliner Blues" as written by and Moon Mullican....
[G] Well, I'm an old Pipeliner
An' I lay my line all day
I'm an old [C] Pipeliner
An' I lay my line all [G] day
I got [D7] four or five youngins'
Waitin' to draw my [G] pay.

Well, I lay my line, baby
Till that sun goes down
Well, I lay my line, baby
Till that sun goes down
Then I meet my honey
She's the meanest gal in town.

Well, them mean old blues
They worry me all the time
Said them mean old blues
They worry me all the time
I'm gonna leave you baby
Just to worry you off my mind.

Well, I'm an old Pipeliner
And I lay my line all day
Well, I'm an old Pipeliner
And I lay my line all day
I got four or five women
Waitin' to draw my pay.


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"The Pipeliner Blues" as written by Moon Mullican

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