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Homecoming lyrics and chords

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Homecoming lyrics and chords are provided for your personal use only, it's a very good and an interesting country song written by Tom. T. Hall and recorded by Bobby Bare.

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Homecoming
Recorded by Bobby Bare
Written by Tom T. Hall

C C7
I guess I should have written dad to let you know that I was coming home
F
But I've been gone so many years I didn't realize you had a phone
C C7
I saw your cattle coming in and boy they're looking mighty fat and slick
F G7 C
I saw Fred at the service station he told me that his wife was awful sick

C7
You heard my record on the radio oh well it's just another song
F
But I've got a hit recorded dad it'll be out on the market 'fore too long
C C7
Oh I got this ring in Mexico you know it didn't cost me quite a bunch
F G7 C
When you're in the business that I'm in the people call it putting up a front

C7
I know I've lost a little weight and I guess I'm a looking kinda pale
F
If you didn't know me better Dad you'd think that I've just gotten out of jail
C C7
No we don't ever call 'em beer joints night clubs are the places where I work
F G7 C
You meet a lotta people there but no there ain't much chance of getting hurt

C7
I'm sorry that I couldn't be here with you all when momma passed away
F
I was on the road and when they came and told me it was just too late
C C7
I drove by the grave to see her and boy that really is a pretty stone
F G7 C
I'm glad that Fred and Jan are here it's better than you being here alone

C7
I knew you's gonna ask me who the lady is who's sleeping in the car
F
That's just the girl that works for me and man she plays a pretty mean guitar
C C7
We worked in San Antone last night she didn't even have the time to dress
C G7 C
She drove me in from Nashville and to tell the truth I guess she needs the rest

C7
Well dad I gotta go we got a dance to work in Cartersville tonight
F
Let me take your number down I'll call you and I promise you I'll write
C C7
Now you be good and don't be chasing all those pretty women that you know
C G7 C
And by the way if you see Barbara Walker tell her that I said hello

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