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No Milk And Honey In Baltimore Written and recorded by Buck Owens
G C G We left the farm twas early one morn' D7 Determined we'd be back no more G C G My wife had an uncle that worked ever day D7 G In a nut and bolt factory up in Baltimore
C G The day we arrived to start our new life D7 Our big dreams had started to soar G C G I got me a job a carrying *** D7 G Breathing the smog of old Baltimore
C G That dirt it was black and the work hurt my back D7 And I swore I could do it no more G C G Yes I thought I'd die from the sun in the sky D7 G Things would get better here in Baltimore
C G The next thing I knew my wife took the flu D7 And the doctor bills soon made us poor G C G And to make ends meet I started to sweep D7 G Those dirty old streets up in Baltimore
C G The smell of the bay the buildings of gray D7 Was more than I bargained for G C G If I had my way I'd go home today D7 G For there's no milk and honey here in Baltimore
D7 G For there's no milk and honey here in Baltimore
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