I Take A Lot Of Pride In What I Am lyrics and chords
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Take A Lot Of Pride In What I Am lyrics and chords are intended for
your personal use, it's a terrific song by Merle Haggard. This one is
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I Take A Lot Of Pride In What I Am Recorded by Merle Haggard
Am Things I learned in hobo jungle D7 G Were things they never taught me in a class room Am Like where to find a hand out D7 G While bumming through Chicago in the afternoon
Hey I'm not bragging or complaining C I'm just talking to myself man to man Am D7 Am D7 This ole mental fat I'm chewing didn't take a lotta doing Am D7 G But I take a lot of pride in what I am
Am I guess I grew up a loner D7 G I don't remember ever having any folks around Am But I keep thumbing through the phone books D7 G And looking for my daddy's name in every town
And I meet lots of friendly people C That I always wind up leaving on the lam Am D7 Am D7 Hey where I've been or where I'm going didn't take a lotta knowing Am D7 G But I take a lot of pride in what I am
Am I never travel in a hurry D7 G Because I got nobody waiting for me anywhere Am Home is anywhere I'm living D7 G If it's sleeping on some vacant bench in City Square
Or if I'm working on some road gang C Or just living off the fat of our great land Am D7 Am D7 I never been nobody's idol but at least I got a title Am D7 G And I take a lot of pride in what I am
Am D7 Am D7 I never been nobody's idol but at least I got a title Am D7 G And I take a lot of pride in what I am
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