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it's a great old country/bluegrass song recorded by Larry Sparks.
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City Folks Call Us Poor Recorded by Larry Sparks Written by Marshall Warwick
G B7 C Moonlight shining on the grassy meadow G D7 G Looks like diamonds shining in the night B7 C Whippoorwills singing in the white oak G D7 G Coon dogs barkin' in the bright moonlight
C G Honeysuckle smells just like sweet perfume C G Old dogs lyin' over by the door C G Watermelon rinds momma puts up in a jar C G And the city folks they call us poor
B7 C Singin' Rock Of Ages on the front porch G D7 G Watchin' fireflies light up the mountain dew B7 C Listenin' to Bill Monroe on the Opry G D7 G Singin' somethin' 'bout his Uncle Penn
B7 C God He paints a picture in the evenin' sky G D7 G Blue and purple orange and shades of red B7 C He knows we can't afford no fancy paintings G D7 G So we look at the real thing instead
C G Oh the city folk they call us poor
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