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Right or Left at Oak Street lyrics and chords

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Right or Left at Oak Street
Recorded by Roy Clark
Written by Charlie Williams and Joe Nixon
[3/4 time]

C G7 C
The alarm rang at seven this morning
Dm G7
The same time it did yesterday
Dm G7 Dm G7
Seven-thirty is my breakfast time
Dm G7 C
And I know what the wife’s gonna say

G7 C
The Crawford’s next door got a new swimming pool
Dm G7
The Millers got a color TV
Dm G7 Dm G7
Mr. Wilson’s job is not good as yours
Dm G7 C
But his wife dresses better than me

G7 C
I get to the school at eight o-five
Dm G7
And drop off the kids at the gate
Dm G7 Dm G7
Then I drive past the clock outside the bank
Dm G7 C
It’s exactly a quarter past eight

G7 C
When I reach the stop sign at Oak Street
Dm G7
The same thought crosses my mind
Dm G7 Dm G7
Should I turn right like I always have
Dm G7 C
Or left and leave it behind

F G7 C
Right or left at Oak Street
F G7 C
That’s the choice I face everyday
F G7 Am
And I don’t know which takes more courage
F G7 C
The staying or the running away

G7 C
A left turn would take me to somewhere
Dm G7
Leave alarm clocks and schedules behind
Dm G7 Dm G7
And the world wouldn’t care if I’m not somewhere
Dm G7 C
At some particular time

G7 C
Where a man can do what he wants to
Dm G7
And no one expects him to give
Dm G7 Dm G7
All of his time to the same old routine
Dm G7 C
In the one life that he has to live

G7 C
I’m not sure which way is the best way
Dm G7
But I’ve always turned right before
Dm G7 Dm G7
And it might be strange at the end of the day
Dm G7 C
If they weren’t there at the door

G7 C
A man must make his decisions
Dm G7
But he must consider the stakes
Dm G7 Dm G7
For every man’s life is a gamble
Dm G7 C
It depends on the turn that he takes

F G7 C
Right or left at Oak Street
F G7 C
That’s the choice I face everyday
F G7 Am
And I don’t know which takes more courage
F G7 C
The staying or the running away

F G7 C
Right or left at Oak Street
F G7 C
That’s the choice I face everyday
F G7 Am
And I don’t know which takes more courage
F G7 C
The staying or the running away

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