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In The Family lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very nice country song recorded by Don Williams.
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In The Family Written by Dobie Gray, Eddie Sester, John Greenbaum recorded by Don Williams
C F C Well I was raised up by the golden rule F C In an old house with a patched up roof G7 F We had a hard home but it pulled us close C We were family
F C Oh that summer when the crops all died F C Was the first time I saw daddy cry G7 F An' I heard momma say what goes on here stays C In the family
Am F Well our clothes weren't new that old car was used C We held our own Am F Oh you just can't buy that sense of pride G7 C We grew up on in the family
F C I remember every Sunday night F C After supper 'round the firelight G7 F How peaceful Daddy looked as he read the good book C To the family
F C Well some folks said we were barely making do F C We were better off than they ever knew G7 F We never had much but we sure had love C In the family
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