Where Have All The Average People Gone lyrics and chords
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Where Have All The Average People Gone Recorded by Roger Miller Written by Dennis Linde
C F The people in this city call me country G7 C Because of how I walk and talk and smile F Well I don't mind them laughing in the city G7 C But the country folks all say I'm citified
F The fighting men they say that I'm a coward G7 C Because I never push no one around F Gentle people call me troublemaker G7 C Because I'll always fight and stand my ground
F Em Funny I don't fit Dm G7 C Where have all the average people gone
F Some pious people point and call me sinner G7 C Because to them I've never seen the light F Other folks think of me as a preacher G7 C I'm just doing what I think is right
F The wealthy people think that I am a hobo G7 C Lean and hungry writing mournful songs F And the poor poor people think I am a rich man G7 C But really I'm just trying to get along
F Em It's funny I don't fit Dm G7 C Tell me where have all the average people gone
F And the government has given me a number G7 C To simplify my birth and life and death F And still my woman thinks I'm awful important G7 C Like the moon the stars the sea the sky and breath
F Em Yes it's funny I don't fit Dm G7 C Where have all the average people gone F Em Honey I don't fit Dm G7 C Where have all the average people gone
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