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Country Road A E A D
A E D A
A Almost heaven, D w virginia
E Blue ridge mountains D shanandoa A river
A Life is old there D older than the trees
E Younger than the mountains D blowing like the A breeze

CH{ A country road E take me home A to the place D I belong
A W virginia, E Mountain mama D take me home A country road.

All my memories gather round here
Malters ladies stranger to blue water
Dark and dusty painted on the sky
Misty mountain moonshine teardrop in my eye.

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A I hear here E voices in the A morning hour she calls me
D Radio A reminds me of my E home far away
A Drivin down the E road I get a A feelin that I should have been home
E Yesterday yesterday…..

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Country Road CH{ A E A D
A E D A
A Almost heaven, D w virginia
E Blue ridge mountains D shanandoa A river
A Life is old there D older than the trees
E Younger than the mountains D blowing like the A breeze

CH{ A country road E take me home A to the place D I belong
A W virginia, E Mountain mama D take me home A country road.

All my memories gather round here
Malters ladies stranger to blue water
Dark and dusty painted on the sky
Misty mountain moonshine teardrop in my eye.

CH{

BR{
A I hear here E voices in the A morning hour she calls me
D Radio A reminds me of my E home far away
A Drivin down the E road I get a A feelin that I should have been home
E Yesterday yesterday…..

CH{
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FATHER AND SON

It’s not G time to make a D change, just C relax, take it Am7 easy
you’re still G young, that’s your Em fault, there’s so Am much you have to D know

Find a G girl, settle D down, if you C want, you can Am7 marry
Look at G me, I am Em old, but I’m Am happy D

I was G once like you are D now, and I C know that’s it’s not Am7 easy
to be G calm when you’ve Em found something Am going on D

But take your G time, think a D lot, think of C everything you’ve Am7 got
for you will G still be here Em tomorrow, but your D dreams may G not C

How can G I try to D explain, when I C do he turns Am7 away again
It’s G always been the Em same, same old Am story. D

From the G moment I could D talk, I was C ordered to Am7 listen
now there’s a G way and I Em know that I D have to G go away. I D know I C have to G go C

It’s not G time to make a D change, just C relax, take it Am7 slowly
you’re still G young, that’s your Em fault, there’s so Am much you have to D go through
Find a G girl, settle D down, if you C want, you can Am7 marry
Look at G me, I am Em old, but I’m Am happy D

All the G times that I’ve D tried keeping C all the things I Am7 knew inside
It’s G hard but it’s Em harder to Am ignore it D
If they were G right, I’d D agree, but it’s C them they know not Am7 me
now there’s G away and I Em know that I D have to G go away. I D know I C have to G go
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FATHER AND SON

It’s not G time to make a D change, just C relax, take it Am7 easy
you’re still G young, that’s your Em fault, there’s so Am much you have to D know

Find a G girl, settle D down, if you C want, you can Am7 marry
Look at G me, I am Em old, but I’m Am happy D

I was G once like you are D now, and I C know that’s it’s not Am7 easy
to be G calm when you’ve Em found something Am going on D

But take your G time, think a D lot, think of C everything you’ve Am7 got
for you will G still be here Em tomorrow, but your D dreams may G not C

How can G I try to D explain, when I C do he turns Am7 away again
It’s G always been the Em same, same old Am story. D

From the G moment I could D talk, I was C ordered to Am7 listen
now there’s a G way and I Em know that I D have to G go away. I D know I C have to G go C

It’s not G time to make a D change, just C relax, take it Am7 slowly
you’re still G young, that’s your Em fault, there’s so Am much you have to D go through
Find a G girl, settle D down, if you C want, you can Am7 marry
Look at G me, I am Em old, but I’m Am happy D

All the G times that I’ve D tried keeping C all the things I Am7 knew inside
It’s G hard but it’s Em harder to Am ignore it D
If they were G right, I’d D agree, but it’s C them they know not Am7 me
now there’s G away and I Em know that I D have to G go away. I D know I C have to G go
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