Hank Thompson

Hank Thompson - Oklahoma Hills guitar chord

OKLAHOMA HILLS

(Recorded by:Hank Thompson) (Died 2007 at age 82)

(1961)

[G] [G7]

Many months have come & gone,

[C]

Since I wandered from my home

[D7] [G]

In those Oklahoma hills where I was born.

[D7] [G] [G7]

Many a page of life has turned

[C]

Many a lesson I have learned

[D7] [G]

But I feel like in those hills I still belong.

(Chorus)

Way down yonder in the Indian Nation

[C]

I rode my pony on the reservation

[D7] [G]

In those Oklahoma hills where I was born

Way down yonder in the Indian Nation

[C]

A cowboy's life is my occupation

[D7] [G]

In those Oklahoma hills where I was born.

[G7] [C]

But as I sit here today, Many miles I am away

[D7] [G]

From the place I rode my pony through the draw

[D7] [G] [G7]

Where the oak and blackjack trees

[C]

Kiss the playful prairie breeze

[D7] [G]

In those Oklahoma hills where I was born.

[G7] [C]

Now as I turn life a page, To the land of the great Osage

[D7] [G]

In those Oklahoma hills where I was born.

[D7] [G] [G7]

Where the black oil rolls & flows

[C]

And the snow white cotton grows

[D7] [G]

In those Oklahoma hills where I was born.

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