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Southern Fried lyrics and chords are provided for your personal use,
it's a fun to do country song written and recorded by Bill Anderson.
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Southern Fried Written and recorded by Bill Anderson
G D7 G When that old sun goes down across the Dixie Land look out A7 D7 The good ole boys come outta the woods and the girls sneak outta the house G C And they all get together in the Rosey Rose drink that Tennessee shine D7 E7 A7 D7 G And when the sun comes up in the morning y’all everybody’s southern fried
D7 G They love Richard Petty and Conway Twitty and the Charlie Daniels band A7 D7 Giggin’ frogs how ‘bout them dawgs and roll Tide through Alabam G C They love blackjack whiskey kiss my grits Nashville Saturday night Am Em E7 A7 D7 G Take me back to Dixie Lord I wanna get southern fried
D7 G Well over in Rockingham right now they’re racing them cars A7 D7 And in Mussel Shoals they’re laying it on picking them hot guitars G C In every joint from Hattiesburg to Charleston South Carolina D7 E7 A7 D7 G Everybody’s saying hot dang blues and let’s get Southern Fried
D7 G They Love Law and Order and the Coal Miner’s Daughter Miss Loretta Lynn A7 D7 Rock and Roll and Bless My Soul Baton Rouge is the Tiger’s den G C Elvis Presley is still the king bless his soul with pride G E7 A7 D7 G Take me back to Dixie Lord I wanna get southern fried
C E7 C E7 I said take me back to Dixie cook me extra crispy C D7 G Lay me out and pronounce me southern fried
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