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Article From Life lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use
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An Article From Life Recorded by Lefty Frizzell Written by Jim Wilson
C Evening sun had just gone down G7 On five acres of ground I’m in Georgia
When the back door opened silently C She had made some tea and said here this is for you
Then a man selling magazines stopped C7 F And began talking to my wife C And before he left there well that man had sold her G7 C Twelve months subscriptions to Life
F C On page twenty-five it said all New York was alive and really swinging F C G7 C Then page 29 it showed a picture of parties and wine with people singing
Well it wasn't long until I saved G7 A thousand dollar bill from the harvest
And I had planned to buy more land C But my baby hit me where it hurts the hardest
She said I’d like to see New York C7 F What could I say except to say that’s fine C And while she was packing my thoughts wandered back and G7 C That article from Life ran through my mind
G7 Oh New York was still alive at 2 am when we arrived Sunday morning
She said we’d only stay a week C Cause in seven months our first child would be born
She knew it meant the world to me F Still the parties and the wild life changed her mind C She begged to be set free I said it just can’t be G7 C In anger I took my darlings life
F C Read about the harvest crime turn to page 29 G7 C I’m featured in an article from Life
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