Leaving Louisiana In The Broad Daylight lyrics and chords
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by the Oak Ridge Boys.
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Leaving Louisiana In The Broad Daylight Recorded by the Oak Ridge Boys Written by Rodney Crowell and Donavan Cowart
C Mary took to running with a traveling man
Left her momma crying with her head in her hands F C Such a sad case so broken hearted
She said momma I got to go I gotta get out of here
I gotta get out of town I'm tired of hanging around F C I gotta roll on between the ditches
It's just an ordinary story bout the way things go
Round and round nobody knows F C But the highway goes on forever F C That old highway rolls on forever
Lord she never would have done it if she hadn't got drunk
If she hadn't started running with a traveling man F C If she hadn't started taking those crazy chances
She said daughter let me tell you bout the traveling kind
Everywhere he's going such a very short time F C He'll be long gone before you know it F C He'll be long gone before you know it
Am G7 She said never have I known it when it felt so good F C Never have I knew it when I knew I could Am G7 Never have I done it when it looked so right F Leaving Louisiana in the broad daylight
This is down in the swampland anything goes
It's alligator bait and the bars don't close F C It's the real thing down in Louisiana
Did you ever see a Cajun when he really got mad
When he really got trouble like a daughter gone bad F C It gets real hot down in Louisiana
The stranger better move it or he's gonna get killed
He's gonna have to get it or a shotgun will F C It ain't no time for lengthy speeches F C There ain't no time for lengthy speeches
Repeat #4 x2
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