Guitar Johnny

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He came across the desert and he struggeled through the wind And at last he crossed the mighty Rio Grande

And everybody trembled when they saw him coming in Cause though he looked tired he was quit a man He just sat down with his guitar in his hand And he said "My name is Johnny Jonathan"

Use your guitar Johnny, play your lonely songs for me Lighten up this dusty old saloon Tell us 'bout your journeys over land and over sea Sing of the tender love beneath the moon

All of us here are as lonely as you Though we sit together in this stinking crowd Sing Johnny, sing, let us hear of your blues Let your voice ring them out all clear and loud Yes, let your voice ring them out all clear and loud

He sang about the Mexicans, he sang about the war He sang of every thing from here to there And suddenly we understood what we where living for The reason for our living came all clear The reason for it all was now and there

Use your guitar Johnny, play your lonely songs for me Let's here all about the things they tell Fill our hearts with courage for our lonely destinies Help us living through this lonely hell

Tonight is the night when our lesson is told And the wine will last until we have to part Sing Johnny, sing, and before we get old We will learn how to mend our broken hearts

Oh, use your guitar Johnny, play your lonely songs for me Lighten up this dusty old saloon Tell us 'bout your journeys over land and over sea Sing of the tender love beneath the moon

All of us here are as lonely as you Though we sit together in this stinking crowd Sing Johnny, sing, let us here of your blues Let your voice ring them out all clear and loud Let your voice ring them out all clear and loud