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16th Avenue lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very good country song recorded by Lacy J. Dalton.
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16Th Avenue Recorded by Lacy J. Dalton Written by Thom Schuyler G D7 G From the corners of the country from the cities and the farms Em C G D7 With years and years of living tucked up underneath their arms Em C G C They walked away from everything just to see a dream come true G Em C D7 G So God bless the boys who make the noise on 16th Av-enue D7 G With a million dollar spirit and an old flat top guitar Em C G D7 They drive to town with all they own in a hundred dollar car Em C G C Cause one time someone told them about a friend of a friend they knew G Em C D7 G Who owns you know a studio on 16th Av-enue D7 G Now some are born to money they never had to say survive Em C G D7 And others swing a nine pound hammer just to stay alive Em C G C There's cowboys drunks and Christians mostly white and black and blue G Em C D7 G They've all dialed the phone direct to home from 16th Av-enue D7 G Ah but then one night in some empty room where no curtains ever hung Em C G D7 Like a miracle some golden words roll off of someone's tongue Em C G C And after years of being nothing they're all looking right at you G Em C D7 G And there for awhile they'll go in style on 16th Av-enue D7 G Hey it looks so uneventful so quiet and discreet Em C G D7 But a lot of lives were changed there on that little one-way street Em C G C Cause they walked away from everything just to see a dream come true G Em C D7 G So God bless the boys who make the noise on 16th Av-enue
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