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Dixie Boy Recorded by Alabama Written by Jim McBride
C G7 C I was raised in the shadows of an old cotton mill F C Back when believin' was the style Bb7 C Small town heaven and a big eyed boy F C Made sweet music for a while
G7 C My daddy worked hard down at the old factory F C Nights he went to GI school Bb7 C He didn't know nothin' bout the silver spoon F C But he lived by the golden rule
Dm F Summer nights he was gone me and momma stayed home C Bb7 G7 Out on the front porch swing C F Wishin' on the stars in the southern sky C G7 C And sometimes we used to sing
F C We were leaning leaning on F C F The everlasting arms of love C F Livin' all those simple joys C G7 C This Dixie boy is made of
G7 C Got my real education from the TV station F C And good ole boys down at the park Bb7 C The say Hey Willie and those rockabillies F C Made their way into my heart
G7 C I remember the old folks sittin' round talkin' F C On laidback Sunday afternoons Bb7 C They said them young folks sure got a hard road F C Oh they're growin' up too soon Dm F Now I know they were right and as I sit here tonight C Bb7 G7 Out on the front porch swing C F The stars are shinin' in my young boy's eyes C G7 C Just like they did for me
Repeat #4 x2
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