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All American Man lyrics and chords are meant for your your personal use
only, it was co-written
and recorded by Johnny Paycheck.
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All American Man Recorded by Johnny Paycheck Written by Gary Adams and Johnny Paycheck
G C G C G C Well God made man from a piece of clay and told him in his dying day G C D7 G Said You're the boss I don't want no one above you C G C G C He gave him responsibility said you only answer unto Me G C D7 G If you'll do these things I'll make someone to love you
C G C G C He took a piece of Adam's rib never gave a thought about women's lib G C D7 G And He made the masterpiece of His creation C G C G C Now just between you and me do you honestly believe G C D7 G He wanted you to take my place in this nation
C G D7 G American woman why can't you agree C G D7 G God made man for Himself but He made you for me C G D7 G American woman why can't you understand C G D7 G Now all you've got to do is love your all American man
C G C G C Well I've tried my best to understand why you want to replace man G C D7 G And give up all the luxuries we give you C G C G C We work our fingers to the bone and all we want is you at home G C D7 G And you're gonna go to far to forgive you
C G C G C Now I guess you want be satisfied till you're working 9 to 5 G C D7 G So you can say you're bringing home the bacon C G Well of all the tragic things in life C G C Is a woman who don't want to be a wife G C D7 G Missing all the love we could be making
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