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I Washed My Hands In Muddy Water - Ruben & The Jets (2) - I Washed My Hands In Muddy Water (Vinyl)

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  1. He said Son, you know we wont forget And if you try and just keep your hands clean, uh huh Why we may just make a good man of you yet Verse 4 But I didnt wait to get my time in I broke down, broke out the Nashville jail I just crossed Atlanta, Georgia, oh now And I can hear those bloodhounds on my trail I washed my hands in muddy water I washed.
  2. Stonewall Jackson originally recorded I Washed My Hands in Muddy Water written by Joe Babcock and Stonewall Jackson released it on the single I Washed My Hands in Muddy Water in It was also covered by Joey Lee, Die Firestone-Band, Jack White [Hit], Ronnie Caywood and other artists.
  3. same pattern as above 2 verses): I washed my hands in muddy water. I washed my hands, but they didn't come clean. I tried to do like my daddy told me, now. I must have washed my hands in a muddy stream. Verse 3. E7 I asked the jail A er, said "When's my time u E p?" He E7 said "Son, you know we A won't forget. An D d if you try and just keep.
  4. I washed my hands in muddy water Washed my hands but they didn’t come clean Tried to do what my daddy told me But I must have washed my hands in a muddy stream. I asked the judge now when’s my time up He said son you know we won’t forget If you try just to keep your hands clean We might just make a good man of you yet.
  5. I washed my hands, but they didn't come [D] clean. I tried to do what my daddy [ G ] told me.. But I [ D ] must have washed my [ A ] hands in a muddy [ D ] stream.
  6. About I Washed My Hands in Muddy Water "I Washed My Hands in Muddy Water" is a song recorded by Stonewall Jackson in , whose version reached number eight on Hot Country Songs in Written by Cowboy Joe Babcock, it was also a hit by Johnny Rivers in , reaching number 19 on the Billboard Hot chart.
  7. I Washed My Hands In Muddy Water by my hands but they didn't come clean G7 C I tried to do like Daddy told me G D7 G But I must have washed my hands in a muddy stream D7 I asked the jailor When's my time up G He said son we won't forget G7 C And if you try to keep your hands clean G D7 G We may make a good man of you yet.
  8. wash my hands in muddy water mama in a town at the edge of the line and as (?) dwells under her shoes cryin for the wrath of my fathers pride hopin that he better leave soon hopin that he better leave soon I wash my hands in muddy water wash my hands in muddy water wash my hands in muddy water wash my hands in muddy water wash my hands in muddy.

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