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Daddy Frank Recorded by Merle Haggard
C Daddy Frank played the guitar and the French harp G7 Sister played the ringing tambourine
Mama couldn't hear our pretty music C She read our lips and helped the family sing
That little band was all a part of living G7 And our only means of living at the time
And it wasn't like no normal family combo C Cause Daddy Frank the guitar man was blind
F C Frank and mama counted on each other F C Their one and only weakness made them strong F C Mama did the driving for the family D7 G7 And Frank made a living with a song
F C Home was just a camp along the highway F C A pick-up bed was where we bedded down F C Don't ever once remember going hungry F C G7 C But I remember mama cooking on the ground
Repeat #1 & 2
F C Don't remember how they got acquainted F C I can't recall just how it came to be F C There had to be some special help from someone D7 G7 And blessed be the one that let it be
F C Fever caused my mama's loss of hearing F C Daddy Frank was born without his sight F C And mama needed someone she could lean on F C G7 C And I believe the guitar man was right
Repeat #1 & 2
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