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a very good country song recorded by Norma Jean.
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Chicken Every Sunday Recorded by Norma Jean Written by Charlie Craig and Betty Craig
G Just because all my dresses are cotton hand-me-downs D7 G His family calls me lower class
Cause we live in a house in cotton mill village D7 G They won't let him walk up my path
Mama says don't worry when they say those things about me D7 G You remember I'm as good as him
Just because they got that big house way upon the hill D7 G Why I don't have to look up to them
We've got chicken every Sunday and the preacher comes around D7 C G And every Saturday morning daddy takes us all to town
We go to the picture show and a picnic on the ground D7 C G If that's the lower class then I'm glad that I am
Mama don't belong to the ladies social set D7 G Daddy can't afford the country club
They call us lower class and they won't let us dance D7 G And say that we can never love
But my mama says forgive him he ain't worthy of D7 G If anything you're too good for him
Just because they've got money and own a big fine house D7 G We won't take no sass off of them
Repeat #3 For we've got...
D7 C G If that's the lower class then I'm glad that I am
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