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In Alabama lyrics and chords are provided for your personal use only,
this is a very pretty country song recorded by Alabama.
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My Home’s In Alabama Recorded by Alabama Written by Randy Owen and Teddy Gentry
C Drinking was forbidden in my Christian country home C7 F I learned to play the flattop on them good ol' Gospel songs A# G7 Then I heard about the barrooms just across the Georgia line C Where a boy could make a living playing guitar late at night
Had to learn about the ladies too young to understand C7 F Why the young girls fall in love with the boys in the band A# G7 When the boys turn to music the girls just turn away C To some other guitar picker in some other late night place
Yeah I held on to my music I let the ladies walk away C7 F Took my songs and dreams to Nashville and then I moved on to L.A. A# G7 Up to New York City all across the USA C I’ve lost so much of me but there's enough of me to say that
F G7 C Gm C My home's in Alabama no matter where I lay my head F Em F C My home's in Alabama southern born and Southern bred
What keeps me going I don't really know C7 F Can't be the money the Lord knows I'm always broke A# G7 Could it be the satisfaction of being understood C When the people really love you and let you know when it's good
Oh I'll speak my Southern English just as natural as I please C7 F I'm in the heart of Dixie Dixie's in the heart of me A# G7 And someday when I make it when love finds a way
Somewhere high on Lookout Mountain C I'll just smile with pride and say that
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