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Needs A Hero lyrics and chords are provided for your personal use only,
this is a wonderful country song recorded by Gene Watson.
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Everybody Needs A Hero Recorded by Gene Watson Written by Troy Seals and Max D. Barnes
C He drove a '47 Buick Special F C Them dusty roads were hell on the shine G7 F And about once a week he'd be down by the creek C G7 C And I'd help him wash it sometime
He had a pinstriped suit and a gold watch F C And a gold chain that hung from his chest G7 F He drank a little and he gambled a lot C G7 C He was a wild one I guess
F C Oh but everybody needs a hero G7 C Savannah Slim was mine F When you're ten years old C D7 Down in south Georgia G7 C Heroes are hard to find
Lord how he loved country music F C He played an old Peavey guitar G7 F At a roadhouse one night he was called on to fight C G7 C Somebody pushed him to far
So he served a little time in prison F C But he served four long years in the war G7 F It was in the Pacific where he got his tattoo C G7 C Two hearts in blue on his arm
My mama says I turned out just like him F C She worries and prays that I'll change G7 F I didn't know till a few days ago C G7 C Why he sent me his gold watch and chain
F When you're ten years old C D7 Down in south Georgia G7 C Heroes are hard to find G7 C Savannah Slim was mine
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