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Kentucky Homemade Christmas lyrics and chords are here for your
personal use only, this is very pretty country Christmas song recorded
by Kenny Rogers.
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Kentucky Homemade Christmas Recorded by Kenny Rogers Written by Bill Caswell and Kin Vassy
C F C They shut down the mine last summer we're gettin' by on welfare Am C G7 It's Christmas Eve I'm walkin' home not a dollar to my name C F C Night is almost on me a night I'm almost dreading F C F C G7 C No store bought gifts to open but there'll be Christmas just the same
Am C F C It's just another homemade Christmas in Kentucky F C Dm G7 Just odds and ends I fashioned with my heart and with my hands Am C F C It's just another homemade Christmas in Kentucky Am C Am C Our fine and fancy homemade love God's precious gift from up above Am G7 C Make up the homemade Christmas of this poor Kentucky man
F C There's a brand new Barlow knife with a shiny wooden handle Am C G7 Gleamin' in the window down at Galen Johnson's store C F C My wide eyed little Billy Boy his face pressed to the window F C F C G7 C Too young for understandin' what it means to be so poor
F C Little Linda ain't no baby hell she turns thirteen in April Am C G7 She's been dreamin' about that dolly in the window for half her life C F C She's old enough to realize that it ain't never comin' F C F C G7 C I'd damn near rob a bank to get that doll and Billy's knife
repeat #2 x2
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