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Hero In The Plastic Radio lyrics and chords are intended for your
personal use only, it's a very good country song recorded by Stonewall
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My Hero In The Plastic Radio Recorded by Stonewall Jackson
G C Every morning of my childhood he’d come to wake up D7 C G I’d hear his friendly voice at half passed five C He’d give the morning weather then he’d play a country song D7 C G Those heartfelt songs that almost made me cry
D7 C When he talked of things out yonder I could close my eyes and see D7 C G The places that I’d someday like to go C He gave me my opinion of what I’d like to be D7 G My hero in the plastic radio
C Now I’m stranded here in Denver my clothes to old to clean D7 C G I played at least ten thousand one night stands C But I still recall him a talking about a man with a crippled life D7 C G Determined he would sing his songs again
D7 C So I’m really not a failure though you might think I’m close D7 C G It’s just that I’ve got a little ways to go C Someday he’ll hear me singing and I hope he plays my song D7 G My hero in the plastic radio
D7 C So I’m really not a failure though you might think I’m close D7 C G It’s just that I’ve got a little ways to go C Someday he’ll hear me singing and I hope he likes my song D7 G My hero in the plastic radio
D7 G My hero in the plastic radio
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