CDm DmF FG7 G7While riding on a train goin' west, I fell asleep for to take some rest. C CF FC CI dreamed a dream that made me sad, Am AmDm DmG7 G7C CConcerning myself and the first few friends I had. C CDm DmWith half damp eyes I stared into the room, F FG7 G7Where my friends and I spent many an afternoon. C CF FC CWhere we together weathered many a storm, Am AmDm DmG7 G7C CLaughin' and singin' 'til the early hours of the morn. C CDm DmBy the old wooden stove where our hats were hung, F FG7 G7Our words were told and our songs were sung. C CF FC CWhere we longed for nothing and were quite satisfied Am AmDm DmG7 G7C CTalkin' and jokin' about the wicked world outside. C CDm DmWith haunted hearts through the heat and cold F FG7 G7we never thought we could get very old. C CF FC CWe thought we could sit forever in fun, Am AmDm DmG7 G7C CBut our chances really were a million to one. C CDm DmAs easy it was to tell black from white, F FG7 G7it was all that easy to tell wrong from right. C CF FC COur choices were few and the thought never hit Am AmDm DmG7 G7C CThat the one road we travelled would ever shatter and split. C CDm DmF FG7 G7How many a year has passed and gone and many a gamble has been lost and won C CF FC CAnd many a road taken by many a friend, Am AmDm DmG7 G7C CAnd each one of them I'll never see again. C CDm DmI wish, I wish, I wish in vain F FG7 G7that we could sit simply in that room once again, C CF FC CTen thousand dollars at the drop of a hat, Am AmDm DmG7 G7C CI'd give it all gladly
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