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Rebels Without A Clue Recorded by The Bellamy Brothers Written by David Bellamy
C G C We were there in the back seat cause we couldn't go home G C We were too young to pay the rent G C I was working on the mechanics of a Cross Your Heart bra G C LBJ was the President
D7 Em My pal Travis ask me the next day D7 Em He said was it hard to score D7 Em D7 I lied to him and said it was a snap C D7 And we laughed as we walked out the door
G C We were rebels without a clue G C Didn't know where to go or what to do G D7 C Didn't know the whole generation was feelin' it too D7 G C We were rebels without a clue
G C Buddy Holly was gone and we drank all night long G C We listened to his songs G C Where do you go in the summer of your junior year G C To learn the difference between right and wrong
D7 Em Me and the boys just wanted some girls D7 Em But we were scared to try a little tenderness D7 Em G So souped up our cars fought in the bars C D7 Like that was going to get us kissed
D7 G D7 G Now we got station wagons now we got kids D7 Em C D7 Still we have no idea why we did what we did G C Now we laugh at the preppies and we laugh at the punks G C And the business men who are fried D7 G And we go around betting that things
Would have been different C If James Dean and Elvis hasn't died
D7 Em Travis called me up the other day D7 Em He said remember that summer at the lake D7 Em G When we broke every rule said the hell with the school C D7 Cause we'd had all we could take
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