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Of '57 lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's
a great classic recorded by the Statler Brothers. For those of us from
that era, it's especially meaningful.
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Class Of '57 Recorded by The Statler Brothers Written by Harold and Don Reid
C Em Am C Tommy's selling used cars Nancy's fixing hair F D7 Harvey runs a grocery store and Margaret doesn't care C Em Am Jerry drives a truck for Sears and Charlotte's on the make F G7 C And Paul sells life insurance and part-time real estate
Em Am C Helen is a hostess Frank works at the mill F D7 Janet teaches grade school and probably always will C Em Am Bob works for the city and Jack's in lab research F G7 C And Peggy plays organ at the Presbyterian Church
F C And the class of '57 had its dreams Am Oh we all thought we'd change the world D7 G7 With our great works and deeds F C E7 Am Or maybe we just thought the world would change to fit our needs F G7 C The class of '57 had its dreams
Em Am C Betty runs a trailer park Jan sells Tupperware F D7 Randy's on an insane ward Mary's on welfare C Em Am Charlie took a job with Ford Joe took Freddie's wife F G7 C Charlotte took a millionaire and Freddie took his life
Em Am C John is big in cattle Ray is deep in debt F D7 Where Mavis finally wound up is anybody's bet C Em Am Linda married Sonny Brenda married me F G7 C And the class of all of us is just a part of history
F C And the class of '57 had its dreams Am D7 G7 But living life day to day is never like it seems F C E7 Am Things get complicated when you get past eighteen F G7 C Am But the class of '57 had its dreams F G7 C Oh the class of '57 had its dreams
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