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Clown lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's
a very good country song written and recorded by Mac Davis.
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Rodeo Clown Written and recorded by Mac Davis G D7 Well they paved the road to Hollywood with promises and lies G And the men has been to once look good and girls with empty eyes G7 C With rhinestone cowboys and wooden Indians everywhere you turn D7 Well I could write a book on the roads I took G And the lessons that I learned
C I'd rather be a rodeo clown G Than a burnt out rhinestone cowboy in a two bit tinsel town D7 I'd rather help somebody up than put somebody down G I'd rather be a rodeo clown
D7 It was nineteen sixty-six when I finally hit LA G I was living on dreams and swizzle sticks and kinda stumbling on my way G7 C But the good Lord looks after fools and drunks and I finally found the sun D7 G But I had only won the battle Lord the war had just begun
C I'd rather be a rodeo clown G Than a burnt out rhinestone cowboy in a two bit tinsel town D7 I'd rather pick somebody up than kick 'em while they're down G Lord I'd rather be a rodeo clown
D7 Well I like to see you when you laugh but I love when we cry G I will tear your IOU's in half if you'll just look me in the eye G7 C Cause truth and love and loyalty are the only things worth while D7 G And I'd trade this whole damn town away for just one honest smile C I'd rather be a rodeo clown G Than a burnt out rhinestone cowboy in a two bit tinsel town D7 I'd rather make somebody laugh than make somebody frown G Lord I'd rather be a rodeo clown
D7 I'd rather help somebody up than put somebody down G What I'd give to be a rodeo clown
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