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Push The Panic Button
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Push The Panic Button Recorded by Stonewall Jackson Written by Larry Kingston and Frank Dycus
C F G7 C Well Billy Wayne was found this mornin' passed out in his car F G7 C In the back seat was a woman that he picked up in a bar F G7 C When his mother heard her only words were this must be a dream F G7 C Billy wasn't Billy couldn't he's just seventeen
F C F C Push the panic button call the doctor call the preacher F C D7 G7 Blame his generation blame the high school teacher C F G7 C Walk the floor and wring your hands and use God's name in vein F G7 C Then look into your mind and find the ones who are to blame
F G7 C Well Mary Anne came home tonight with teardrops in her eyes F G7 C And told her dad where she had been instead of tellin' lies F G7 C He said cruel things and called her names and said he didn't understand F G7 C How a girl to young could be so dumb and get mixed up with a man
F G7 C Remember that the footsteps lit the path your children walk F G7 C And the words they hear you use make up the language that they talk F G7 C To a youngster's eyes there's no disguise he'll look inside your mind F G7 C And unconsciously they'll follow in the path you leave behind
Repeat #2 x2
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