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Ballad Of Lucy Jordon lyrics and chords are intended for your personal
use only, it's a very good country song recorded by Bobby Bare.
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Ballad Of Lucy Jordon Recorded by Bobby Bare Written by Shel Silverstein
G C G The mornin' sun touched lightly on the eyes of Lucy Jordan D7 In her white suburban bedroom in her white suburban town G C G As she lay there 'neath the covers dreaming of a thousand lovers D7 G Till the world turned to orange and the room went spinnin' round
C G At the age of 37 she realized she'd never ride through Paris D7 In a sports car with the warm wind in her hair G C G So she let the phone keep ringin' as she sat there softly singin' D7 C G Pretty nursery rhymes she'd memorized in her daddy's easy chair
C G Her husband he was off to work and the kids were off to school D7 And there were oh so many ways for her to spend her day G C G She could clean the house for hours or rearrange the flowers D7 G Or run naked down the shady street screaming all the way
C G The evening sun touched gently on the eyes of Lucy Jordan D7 On the rooftop where she'd climbed when all the laughter grew too loud G C And she bowed and curtseyed to the man who reached G And offered her his hand D7 G And led her down to the long white car that waited past the crowd
C G At the age of 37 she'd finally found forever
As they rode along through Paris D7 G With the warm wind in her hair
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