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lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use, it's a very good
song by Alabama. This is a great jam session country classic, you and
your buddies will have a great time with it.
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Down Home recorded by Alabama written by Rick Bowles and Josh Leo G D7 Just off of the beaten path C D7 A little dot on a state road map C D7 G That's where I was born and where I'll die D7 Things move at a slower pace C D7 Nobody's in a rat race C D7 G And these days that's a special way to fly C G C D7 Down Home where they know you by name and treat you like family C G C D7 Down Home a man's good word and a handshake are all you need C Em C A7 Folks know if they're falling on hard times they can fall back on G C D7 G Those of us raised up Down Home D7 In the corner of a hardware store C D7 Gathered round a checker board C D7 G Old men telling lies and crowning kings D7 Kids driving round the old town square C D7 Tops rolled down in the cool night air C D7 G Go and see what's shaking at the Dairy Queen C D7 G C When I was a boy I couldn't wait to leave this place D7 C D7 But now I wanna see my children raised C G C G Down Home Down Home C Em C A7 Folks know if they're falling on hard times they can fall back on G C D7 G Those of us raised up Down Home Repeat #2 Tag: D7 G Way Down Home
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and singing classic country is the best way to keep it alive, it makes
ill to think of how many great old songs we'll never hear again. Of
course we can do them ourselves and still enjoy them, that's why we are
building this web site, so maybe our visitors will remember some of
these classics. If you like this one, print Down Home lyrics and chords and enjoy doing some pure country music.