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Our Family Recorded by The Bellamy Brothers Written by Bobby Braddock and David Bellamy
C D7 They let Bubba out of prison he paid for his crime G7 D7 G7 C G7 C He didn't know them bad checks could give him so much time Dm Sister's getting married there's a shotgun on the groom G7 D7 G7 D7 G7 C Hope they finish the wedding vows before the baby's due
Dm Harry's in the closet he's been there all his life G7 C Everybody wonders why he never took a wife Dm We owe a lot of bills trying to live beyond our means G7 D7 G7 C Ain't got a pot but we got cable TV
F C But it's our family full of skeletons and ghosts Am G7 C G7 And even with our strange relatives it's the one we love the most F C There may be a bunch of nuts up our family tree Am G7 C Yeah we may all be crazy but it's still our family
Dm Grandpa's got a girlfriend a woman half his age G7 D7 G7 C Grandma laughs about it but I sense the silent rage Dm And Uncle Burt still thinks he's on the Grand Old Opry G7 C G7 That fever from the war left him living in a dream
C Dm We buried Great Ann-Martha out in Forest Lawns today G7 C Now I think I know why they called great Aunt Martha great Dm The church was full of strange men mama called it a disgrace G7 C She said they should have wiped that smile off Great Aunt Martha's face
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