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Someone's Child Recorded by Gene Watson Written by Billy Troy and Lee Bach
G D7 He stands in the rain begging for change as people pass him by G And once in a while he'll get a nod or a smile with nickels and dimes C G C But when the sun goes down in his part of town and cold wind blows D7 G He'll find his way in the dark to a bench in the park where no one knows
C Someone used to rock him on their knee D7 G And when he's cry they'd sing him lullaby's till he was fast asleep C They say he had his daddy's eyes his momma's smile D7 G Oh they loved him so but that was long ago when he was someone's child
D7 The word on the street was he had a degree and a big house in LA G But when it comes to his past don't bother to ask cause he's got nothing to say C G C People frown and put him down no one seems to care D7 G That that's one of us down on his luck standing there
C Em Then the flashing lights light up the night and the sirens scream C Em D7 And as he breaths his last breath he drops a photograph that no ones seen G C They say he had his daddy's eyes his momma's smile D7 G Oh they loved him so but that was long ago when he was someone's child
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