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If The World Had A Front Porch Recorded by Tracy Lawrence Written by Kenny Beard, Paul Nelson, Tracy Lawrence
C G7 C It was where my momma sat on that old swing with her crochet Am C G7 It was where granddaddy taught me how to cuss and how to pray Am Em F C It was where we made our own ice cream those sultry summer nights Dm Em F G7 Where the bulldog had her puppies and us brothers had our fights
C G7 C There were many nights I'd sit right there and look out at the stars Am C G7 To the sound of a distant whippoorwill or the hum of a passin' car Am Em F C It was where I first got up the nerve to steal me my first kiss Dm Em F G7 And it was where I learned to play guitar and pray I had the gift
C F G7 Am If the world had a front porch like we did back then F C G7 We'd still have our problems but we'd all be friends Am G7 F C Treatin' your neighbor like he's your next of kin F C Am Wouldn't be gone with the wind F C G7 C If the world had a front porch like we did back then
G7 C Purple hulls and pintos I've shelled more than my share Am C G7 Lightning bugs and crickets danced in the evening air Am Em F C And like a beacon that ole' yellow moon it always led me home Dm Em F G7 Somehow momma always knew just when to leave it on
Am G7 F C Treatin' your neighbor like he's your next of kin F C Am Wouldn't be gone with the wind F C G7 C If the world had a front porch like did back then
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