Acorde de No Deal - Townes Van Zandt

Letra de No Deal


Now this man down at the used car lot


tried to sell me four wheels and a trunk

I said, "Man, there is no engine!",


he said, "The engine's just a bunch of junk

You don't need no engine to go downhill

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and I could plainly see, that that's the direction


you're headed in", and he handed me the keyes

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(I said) No deal; you can't sell this stuff to me


No deal, I'm going back to Tennessee

Well, I went to a doctor of the highest order,

he said I couldn't have a drink for a year

One glass of wine on my birthday

if my birthday wasn't too very near

Lord, he must have put me in a state of shock

'cause I made it for about two weeks;

then he sent me a bill

that knocked me flat off the wagon

and back down on my feet

When true love knocked upon my door

she'd just barely turned fifteen

and I was a little bit nervous

if you know just what I mean

But I've heard somewhere

that true love conquers all

and I figured that was that

then I started having dreams 'bout

being chased out of town

wearing nothing but my cowboy hat

Well, I come through this life a stumbler, my friends

I expect to die that way

it could be twenty years from now

it could be most any day

But if there is no whiskey and women, Lord,

behind them heavenly doors

I'm gonna take my chances down below,

and of that you can be sure

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Discos en los que aparece este acorde: Legend , High, Low And In Between

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