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How Are Things In Clay Kentucky Recorded by Ths Statler Brothers Written by Don Reid and Harold Reid
G7 C C7 F C How are things in Clay, Kentucky bet you thought I'd never care G7 C G7 There was a time when I felt lucky just to be away from there C C7 F C I'd had all of that I wanted now what I want I just can't find G7 C G7 C And how things are in Clay, Kentucky has been lately on my mind
G7 C C7 F C All alone in New York City searchin' for that pot of gold G7 C G7 But I'm at the end of all my rainbows and all at once I'm feelin' old C C7 F C I'm kinda tired of how I'm livin' of what I am and what I'm not G7 C G7 C And the only gold in New York City is in a Salvation Army pot
G7 C C7 F C I'm gettin' blue for the bluegrass and how the old folks are at home G7 C G7 Just let me do the talkin' cause I know you're not alone C C7 F C I hear kids back there playin' I hope he don't notice me G7 C G7 C Jesus knows I still love you and I just had to call and see
G7 C C7 F C How things are in Clay, Kentucky I bet you thought I'd never care G7 C G7 There was a time when I felt lucky just to be away from there C C7 F C I had all of that I wanted now what I want I just can't find G7 C Am C G7 C And how things are in Clay, Kentucky has been lately on my mind G7 C Am C G7 C And how things are in Clay, Kentucky has been lately on my mind
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