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Dusty Road lyrics and chords

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Dusty Road
Recorded by Norma Jean
Written by Dave Kirby and Vic McAlpin

G
Life gets so lonely when you live down on dusty road
Em D7
Down where the fields of the corn and the cotton grows
C
It ain't helpin' none cause papa's in trouble with the law
Am A7 D7
He's servin' time on a chain gang in Arkansas
G
We got rich cousins livin' downtown puttin' on a show
Em D7 G
They don't claim kin to us folks down on dusty road


There's eight of us kids and the youngest one is four today
Em D7
Heard mama tell sis another one is on its way
C
Lately mama spends a lot of time down at Duffey's bar
Am A7 D7
Today she came home drivin' a Chevrolet car hum
G
People say Duffey might as well be a diggin' his hole
Em D7 G
For any day papa might be back on dusty road


Here it is Monday and things have gone from bad to worse
Em D7
Papa shot a guard and escaped in a prison hearse
C
Sis has been sneakin' out with no good Jimmy McClain
Am A7 D7
Papa caught 'em parked last night on lover's lane
G
Sis cut her wrist and she cried till the Mill whistle blowed
Em D7 G
There's an awful lot of talk down here on dusty road


Papa shot Duffey and he nearly killed Jimmy McClain
Em D7
Sheriff took him back to prison on the morning train
C
Sis has gone to live with Aunt Beth up in Alabam
Am A7 D7
I guess it's just as well cause Jimmy ain't a comin' around
G
It ain't rained in a month and it looks like the corn won't grow
Em D7 G
There's an awful lotta talk down here on dusty road
Em D7 G
There's an awful lotta talk down here on dusty road

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