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Kansas City Stockyards Recorded by George Morgan Written by Johnny Adcock
D7 G I quit my job out in the wheat fields Am That kind of work just ain't my style G And since I didn't have a family
Or a woman to provide for Am D7 I moved into the city for awhile
C I was downtown every night Bm Till the money started getting tight C G And I slept out in my car when times were hard
I'd find some lonely street to park
Lock the doors when it got dark Am D7 G Way down in the Kansas City stockyards
It never crossed my mind I loved her Am I've known lots of girls before G But she liked the ragged way I looked
Knowing I was broke Am D7 What man could ever ask for anymore
C And we spent hours all alone Bm In the back seat of my car was home C G The world was spinning by with a disregard
Behind the windows of this field
We found out what love can be Am D7 G Way down in the Kansas City stockyards
D7 G That old car holds lots of memories Am But now the changes are out of gas G And like the love that used to live there
The shinning days are gone Am D7 Broken down from going much too fast
C Back out in the wheat fields now Bm I sweat all day behind the plow C G And lay me down to breath beneath the stars
And across the summer night I see
Her in that old car with me Am D7 G Way down in the Kansas City stockyards Am D7 G Way down in the Kansas City stockyards
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