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Workin' Class Hero Recorded by Alan Jackson Written by Don Sampson and Alan Jackson
C F C A callused right hand holds a shiny gold watch G7 F C For thirty years spent on the clock F C But you won't see no tears from this workin' class hero G7 F G7 He's always been hard as a rock
C F C He knows he's too old to really start over G7 F C Besides he just wouldn't know how F C I guess he's just glad that he's not alone G7 F C He's got to wonder what now
F A# C Cause there's no hall of fame for that working class hero F A# C No statute carved out of stone F A# C His greatest reward is the love of a woman A# C And his children so after he's gone A# F C That old working class hero lives on
F C That three bedroom house he built in the 50's G7 F C Seems so much bigger today F C With just him and momma and not many bills G7 F G7 Cause all of the kids moved away
C F C What he's done with his life might not be remembered G7 F C But he's got every right to be proud F C Cause the blood sweatin' years of this workin' class hero G7 F C Is really what livin's about
A# F C Yes that workin' class hero lives on A# F C That workin' class hero lives on
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