Ode To The Little Shack Out Back lyrics and chords
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To The Little Shack Out Back lyrics and chords are intended for your
personal use only, it's a fun novelty song that only us country seniors
understand, it was recorded by Bobby Bare.
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Ode To The Little Shack Out Back Recorded by Bobby Bare Written by Billy Ed Wheeler
G They passed an ordinance in the town
They said we'd have to tear it down D7 That little old shack out back so dear to me G C Though the health department said its day was over and dead G D7 G It will stand forever in my memory
Don't let them tear that little brown building down D7 G Don't let them tear that precious building down C Am Don't let them tear that dear old building down G C D7 G There's not another like it in the country or the town
It was not so long ago that I went tripping through the snow D7 Out to that house behind my old hound dog G C Where I would sit me down to rest like a snowbird on his nest G D7 G And I'd read that Sears and Roebuck catalog
Oh I would hum a happy tune peeping through the quarter moon D7 As my daddy's kin had done so much before G C It was in that quiet spot daily cares could be forgot G D7 G And it gave the same relief to rich and poor
Now it was not a castle fair but I could dream of future there D7 Build my castle to the yellow jackets drone G C I could orbit round the sun fight with General Washington G D7 G Or be a king upon a golden throne
It wasn't fancy built at all we had newspapers on the wall D7 It was air-conditioned in the wintertime G C Oh it was just an humble hut but its door was never shut G D7 G And a man could get inside without a dime
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