Lifestyles Of The Not So Rich And Famous
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Lifestyles Of The Not So Rich And Famous Recorded by Tracy Byrd Written by Byron Hill and Wayne Tester
C Honey they're bringin' out a TV crew C7 They wanna do a story bout me and you F They'll be stringin' up bright lights in the backyard C There'll be cameras on their shoulders
We'll be readin' cue cards G7 Leave them long johns on the line F If the kids look dirty that'll be just fine
C They're gonna put us on lifestyles of the not so rich and famous G7 They wanna see us go hog wild over beans and barbecue F C F They wanna see my Fairlane up on blocks the holes in all our socks C G7 C Talking bout lifestyles of the not so rich and famous
Tell 'em bout your momma and the bowling league C7 Tell 'em bout junior and his baseball team F I'll show 'em my nine point buck on the wall C I'll blow a few times on my new duck call G7 Let 'em see ol' blue how he sleeps all day F We'll bring out the Elvis TV trays
F Yeah our idea of high class livin' C Is sittin' on the porch on a cool night F D7 G7 Our champagne and caviar is an RC cola and a moon pie C G7 C F I'm talking bout lifestyles of the not so rich and famous C G7 C Lifestyles of the not so rich and famous
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