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Big Man In A Big House Recorded Leroy Van Dyke Written by Harlan Howard
F G7 (He's a big man in a big house)
C F C Well when he was a kid he dreamed about a big house on a hill F G7 Far far away from Shantytown and poverty C F C He was only sixteen a kid full of dreams when he ran away F G7 C He left his mom a note sayin' you'll be proud of me some day
F C When I'm a big man in a big house F C With acres and acres of ground F C I'll be a big man in a big house F C With a big high fence all around F C G7 A big high fence all around
C F C Well he settled down in a great big town and he worked so hard F G7 But the harder he'd work the more he'd spend it seemed C F C And all his new found friends they made fun of him and said come along F G7 C And we'll show you how you can fulfill all your dreams
C F C He was just twenty-one when a loaded gun was his downfall F G7 For he joined the gang he did something he shouldn't do C F C Then one rainy night the police came by and they took him in F G7 C And the judge said son there's a place for kids like you
F C Now he's a big man in a big house F C With acres and acres of ground F C Yes he's a big man in a big house F C With a big high fence all around
F C A big high fence all around F C With acres and acres of ground
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