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Changes Coming On lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use only, it's a very good song recorded by Alabama.
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Changes Coming On Recorded by Alabama Written by Dean Dillon, Buddy Cannon, Jimmy Darrell
C G7 C Long hair was not in style D7 Em The first time I heard Haggard on the radio C D7 G7 I could feel the changes comin' on C The Beatles crossed the ocean D7 Em C An overnight explosion on the tv D7 G7 C My brother had to go to Vietnam
G7 C Ford unveiled the Mustang D7 Em C Things looked good in Detroit for the people there D7 G7 And I could feel the changes comin' on C From Atlanta Doctor King D7 Em C Told the world he had a dream people followed him D7 G7 And daddy said my hair was gettin' long
C Bm I could feel changes comin' on C D7 People started singin' different songs C G7 Em Searchin' for the place where they belong Am D7 Em I could feel changes comin' on
G7 C Well I'm still hooked on Haggard D7 Em C But the Beatles can't come back like we hoped they would D7 G7 F In Memphis Tennessee the King is gone G7 C As I put my kids to bed D7 Em C I wonder what lies ahead for them to see D7 G7 Cause I can feel the changes comin' on
C Bm I can feel changes comin' on C D7 People still are singing different songs C G7 Em They’re searchin' for the place where they belong Am D7 Em C I can feel changes comin' on
Em C I can feel changes comin' on Em C I can feel changes comin' on
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