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Drive (For Daddy Gene) Written and recorded by Alan Jackson
G D7 It was painted red the stripe was white C D7 It was eighteen feet from the bow to stern light G D7 Secondhand from a dealer in Atlanta C I rode up with daddy when he went there to get her
G D7 We put on a shine put on a motor C Built out of love and made for the water G D7 Ran her for years till the transom got rotten C A piece of my childhood will never be forgotten
G D7 It was just an old plywood boat C With a 75 Johnson with electric choke G D7 A young boy two hands on the wheel C I can't replace the way it made me feel
G D7 And I would turn her sharp and I would make it whine C He'd say you can't beat the way an old wood boat rides Em Am Just a little lake across the Alabama line C D7 G But I was king of the ocean when daddy let me drive
D7 Just an old half ton short bed ford C My Uncle bought new in '64 G D7 Daddy got it right cause the engine was smoking C A couple of burnt valves and he had it going
G D7 He'd let me drive her when we’d haul off a load C Down a dirt strip where we'd dump trash off of Thickpen Road G D7 I'd sit up in the seat and stretch my feet out to the pedals C Smiling like a hero who just received his medal
G D7 It was just an old hand me down Ford C With three speed on the column and a dent in the door G D7 A young boy two hands on the wheel C I can't replace the way it made me feel G And I would press that clutch down
D7 And I would keep it right C He’d say a little slower son you're doing just fine Em Am Just a dirt road with trash on each side C D7 G But I was Mario Andretti when daddy let me drive
D7 G D7 I'm grown up now three daughters of my own C I let’em drive my old jeep
Across the pasture at our home G D7 Maybe one day they'll reach back in their file C And pull out that old memory G And think of me and smile and say
D7 It was just an old worn out jeep C Rusty old floor boards hot on my feet G D7 A young girl two hands on the wheel C I can't replace the way it made me feel
G D7 And he'd say turn it left and steer it right C Straighten it up girl now you're doing just fine Em Am Just a little valley by the river where we'd ride C D7 G D7 But I was high on a mountain when daddy let me drive
C D7 G D7 C Daddy let me drive oh he let me drive G D7 It's just an old plywood boat C G With a 75 Johnson and electric choke
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