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That Neon Rainbow lyrics and chords are intended for your
personal use only, it's a very good country song co-written and
recorded by Alan Jackson.
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Chasin' That Neon Rainbow Recorded by Alan Jackson Written by Jim McBride and Alan Jackson
G C Daddy won a radio he tuned it to a country show D7 C D7 I was rockin' in the cradle to the cryin' of a steel guitar G C Momma used to sing to me she taught me that sweet harmony D7 Now she worries cause she never thought C G I'd ever really take it this far D7 I'm singin' in the bars
G C G Chasin' that neon rainbow and livin' that honky tonk dream D7 Em A7 D7 Cause all I've ever wanted was to pick this guitar and sing C G C Am Just tryin' to be somebody just wanna be heard and seen C G C A7 D7 G I'm chasin' that neon rainbow livin' that honky tonk dream
C An Atlas and a coffee cup five pickers in an old Dodge truck D7 C D7 Headin' down to Houston for a show on Saturday night G C This overhead is killin' me half the time I sing for free D7 C G When the crowd's into it Lord it makes this thing I'm doing seem right D7 Standin' in the spotlight
C Daddy's got a radio he won it thirty years ago D7 C D7 He said son I just know we're gonna hear you singin' on it someday G C I made it up to Music Row but Lordy don't the wheels turn slow D7 C G Still I wouldn't trade a minute and I wouldn't have it any other way D7 Just show me to the stage
C G C A7 D7 G Oh I'm chasin' that neon rainbow livin' that honky tonk dream
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