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Gene Autry My Hero lyrics and chords are provided for your personal
use only, this song has great lyrics and it's fun to do, it was written
and recorded by Marty Robbins.
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Gene Autry My Hero Written and recorded by Marty Robbins [3/4 time]
C F The childhood memories I treasure the most I suppose G7 C Are the Saturday afternoons spent at the town picture show F I worked all day long in the fields but at night I would dream G7 C Of seeing Gene Autry go riding across the big screen
F Saturday mornings I'd walk twenty miles or more G7 C Twelve o'clock noon found the first one in line at the door F Cause all week I'd work but today I would fulfill my dream G7 C And I'd see Gene Autry go riding across the big screen
F C The man in the white cowboy hat was a hero to me G7 He was then he is now and I guess he always will be C F Time takes away many things but it can't take a dream G7 C And I can still see him go riding across the big screen
F When as a kid from our shack on the desert I'd roam G7 C My daddy would whip me cause I'd never be around home F But mom understood me I know cause she'd smile when I'd say G7 C Gene Autry and I had been rounding up outlaws all day
F C The man in the white cowboy hat was a hero to me G7 He was then he is now and I guess he always will be C F And every so often I go back in time and I dream G7 C And I see Gene Autry go riding across the big screen
G7 C And I see Gene Autry go riding across the big screen
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