Little Rock'n Roll And Some Country Blues lyrics and chords
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Little Rock'n Roll And Some Country Blues lyrics and chords are
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recorded by John Anderson.
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Little Rock'n Roll And Some Country Blues Recorded by John Anderson Written by Troy Seals and Mike Reid
C I guess I went crazy at about fifteen
With a hand full of talent and a head full of dreams F C Pickin' on the front porch girls started hanging around G7 But they didn't know that all I could do C G7 C Was a little rock 'n' roll and some country blues
Round about twenty my daddy said son
Take some caution on the road that you run F C Get yourself a trade boy something to fall back on G7 But it was in my blood running hot and true C G7 C It was a little rock 'n' roll and some country blues
F I've played the big time standing the morning Am C Some small smokey bars full of heroes and lonely's F I plead from the heart Lord and all I would use G7 Was a little rock 'n' roll and some country blues Am C F G7 C S-w-e-e-t country blues
From the country back roads to fortune and fame
I've had my share of pleasures and pain F C People ask me what keeps driving you on G7 The answer is easy when you love what you do C G7 C It's a little rock 'n' roll and some country blues
Am C F G7 C S-w-e-e-t country blues
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