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1929 lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very good country song recorded by Merle Haggard.
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1929 Recorded by Merle Haggard Written by Merle Haggard and Freddy Powers
C F C F C All my life I've heard about hard depression days D7 G7 They so resemble times we're living now C F C F C And old news of yesteryear sounds like yesterday G7 C And hunger lines always look the same somehow
F C Are we living now or is it 1929 G7 C A dollar bill ain't worth one thin dime F C And tricks are sometimes played upon the mind G7 C Are we living now or 1929
F C F C Old songs tell about the way it was back then D7 G7 I think I've sung 'em all from time to time C F C F C It looks like we are headed for the same old fall again G7 C But a hard depression blues would sure do fine
F C F C The devil's changed the candy flavor some D7 G7 Somehow we've gone to drugs instead of wine C F C F C But old skid row is still alive where the demons run G7 C Is it the eighties now or 1929
F C Are we living now or is it 1929 G7 C A dollar bill ain't worth one thin dime F C And tricks are sometimes played upon the mind G7 C Is it really now or 1929
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