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My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy lyrics and chords are intended for your
personal use only, it's a very good country song written and recorded
by Dolly Parton.
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My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy Written and recorded by Dolly Parton
G From a shack by a mountain stream C G To a room in New Orleans D7 So far from my blue ridge mountain home G The men I meet ain't warm and friendly C G C Like the one in old Virginy G D7 G Oh they ain't real like my blue ridge mountain boy
I was just a little past eighteen C G When I came to New Orleans D7 I'd never been beyond my home state line G There was a boy who loved me dearly C G C But I broke his heart severely G D7 G When I left my blue ridge mountain boy
C Life was dull in my hometown A#7 F C Lights were out when the sun went down G And I thought the city life was more my style
But nights get lonely way from home C G C And it's easy to go wrong G D7 G The men ain't kind like my blue ridge mountain boy
New Orleans held things in store C G Things I've never bargained for D7 Every night a different man knocks on my door G But late at night when all is still C G C I can hear a whippoorwill G D7 G As I cry for my blue ridge mountain boy
C Oh but I can't ever go back home A#7 F C Since the boy I loved is gone G He grew tired of waiting for me to return
They say he'd married last October C G But I never will get over D7 G Oh the sweet love of my blue ridge mountain boy
D7 G Blue ridge mountain boy
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