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Of The South lyrics and chords are provided for your personal use, it's
a very good Alabama song. You can easily learn to play and sing this
super country classic, it's truly a southern song.
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Song Of The South recorded by Alabama written by Bob McDill
G D7 Song song of the South C Sweet potato pie and shut my mouth G D7 Gone gone with the wind C Ain't nobody looking back again G
D7 Cotton on the roadside cotton in the ditch C We all picked cotton but we never got rich G D7 Daddy was a veteran southern democrat C They oughta get a rich man to vote like that
D7 Well somebody told us that Wall Street fell C But we were so poor we couldn't tell G
D7 Cotton was short and the weeds were tall C But Mr. Roosevelt was gonna save us all
D7 Well momma got sick and daddy got down C The county got the farm and we moved to town G
D7 Papa got a job with the TVA C He bought a washing machine and then a Chevrolet Repeat #1
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