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Drug Problem Recorded by The Bellamy Brothers Written by David Bellamy
C I hear people talkin' about going cold turkey F C Dryin' out checkin' into Betty Ford F C Am But I just can't relate to all those strange addictions D7 G7 Cuz my drug problem never went ignored
C F C You see I was drug to Church on Sunday morning F C I was drug to family reunions F C Am I was drug to grandpa's farm to work every summer D7 G7 And I was drug to weddings and to funerals
C F C I was drug out the door to go to school everyday F C I was drug by my ears when I was bad F C Am When I disobeyed my parents or my teacher D7 G7 I was drug to the wood shed by my dad
C F C And those drugs are still running through my veins F C Still affecting everything I do and say F C Am And if kids today had those kind of drug problems C G7 C I believe the world would be a better place
F C I won't claim I grew up to be perfect far from it F C But every time I start to make a slip F C I can see daddy reaching for the good book D7 G7 And hear those prayers roll from momma's lips
C F C That's why I count my blessings every evening F C And pray to the good Lord up above F C Am And thank Him for giving me a drug problem C G7 C And a home and a family filled with love
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