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Appalachian Blue lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use
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Appalachian Blue Recorded by John Anderson Written by Donna Anderson and Michael Anderson
C F C F C No matter where I go or what I do F C G7 C You’re in my heart Appalachian Blue F C Another day goes by F Em Dm And they just shut down another Kentucky coal mine
C F A momma cries though her baby’s strong Em Dm C G7 It’s hard to hold on for very long still she tries Am F C It’s hard to hide her pain and sorrow Am F G7 And she knows there’s hope as long as there’s a tomorrow
F C F C And the river flows but it can’t wash away her pride Dm C Only heaven knows she’ll survive G7 F C You can hear it echo through the hollows G7 F C You can see it in the silver leaves a-fallin’
F C Dm Here’s to you my Kentucky grandmom that I never knew F G7 C Appalachian Blue
F The hills were a-flame where the blue and gray C Dm Am Were laid to rest in graves without names F C F Side by side where they fought and died C Dm F C In such a cost too many sons were lost and a father cries
Am F C It’s hard to hide his pain and sorrow Am F G7 And he knows there’s hope in the children of tomorrow F C F And the river flows but it can’t wash away C Dm C Those blood stained years only heaven knows we’ll survive
G7 F C You can hear it echo through the hollows G7 F C You can see it in the silver leaves a-fallin’ F C Dm Here’s to you my Kentucky granddad that I never knew F G7 C Appalachian Blue Dm F G7 C Here’s to you Appalachian Blue
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