Texas Flood – Stevie Ray Vaughan!

Well it’s floodin’ down in Texas, all of the telephone lines are down
Well it’s floodin’ down in Texas, all of the telephone lines are down
And I’ve been tryin’ to call my baby
Lord and I can’t get a single sound

Well dark clouds are rollin’ in, man I’m standin’ out in the rain
Well dark clouds are rollin’ in, man I’m standin’ out in the rain
Yeah flood water keep a rollin’
Man it’s about to drive poor me insane

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Well I’m leavin’ you baby, Lord and I’m goin’ back home to stay
Well I’m leavin’ you baby, Lord and I’m goin’ back home to stay
Well back home I know floods and tornados
Baby the sun shines on me every day


Texas Flood – Chords & Guitar Lessons

This blues in G start off with a major pentatonic riff that borrows the minor 3rd and 4th from the minor pentatonic over the G.

The chord played before you move to the IV chord is a G6.

Go to Texas Flood – Chords & Guitar Lessons.


Stevie Ray Vaughan – Biography

Launching himself in 1983 to the world with his debut album Texas Flood and simultaneously appearing on David Bowie’s Let’s Dance, SRV was an instant hit.

Following this up with Couldn’t Stand The Weather, Pride & Joy, and Mary Had A Little Lamb, he firmly established himself as one of the greats.

Go to Stevie Ray Vaughan – Biography.

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