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lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a
particularly good song for us older country folks, it was recorded by
Little Jimmy Dickens.
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Country Boy Recorded by Little Jimmy Dickens Written by Felice and Boudleaux Bryant
C Now I'm just a simple guy F C But there's one thing sure as shooting F C I hate those folks that think that they're D7 G7 So doggone high fluting
C I'd be the same in Hollywood F C Or right in my own kitchen F C I believe in fussing when you're mad G7 C And scratching when you're itching
I'm a plain old country boy F C A corn-bread loving country boy F C I raise cane on Saturday D7 G7 But I go to church on Sunday
C I'm a plain old country boy F C A corn-bread loving country boy F C I'll be looking over that old gray mule G7 C When the sun comes up on Monday
Where I come from opportunities F C They never were too good F C We never had much money D7 G7 But we done the best we could
C Ma doctored me from youngin-hood F C With Epsom salts and Iodine F C Made my diapers out of old feed sacks G7 C My 'spenders out of plow lines
Every time the preacher called F C Ma always fixed a chicken F C If I'd reach for a drumstick D7 G7 I was sure to get a licking
C She always saved two parts for me F C But I had to shut my mouth F C T'was the gizzard and the north end G7 C Of a chicken flying south
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