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Small Town Southern Man Written and recorded by Alan Jackson
F C Born the middle son of a farmer G7 C And a small town Southern man F C Like his daddy's daddy before him G7 Brought up workin' on the land F C Fell in love with a small town woman G7 C And they married up and settled down F C Natural way of life if you're lucky G7 F C For a small town southern man
F C First there came four pretty daughters G7 C For this small town Southern man F C Then a few years later came another G7 A boy he wasn't planned F C Seven people livin' all together G7 C In a house built with his own hands F C Little words with love and understandin' G7 F C From a small town southern man
F C And he bowed his head to Jesus F C And he stood for Uncle Sam F C And he only loved one woman G7 He was always proud of what he had F C He said his greatest contribution F C Is the ones you leave behind F C Raised on the ways and gentle kindness G7 F C Of a small town southern man
F C Callous hands told the story G7 C For this small town southern man F C He gave it all to keep it all together G7 And keep his family on his land F C Like his daddy years wore out his body G7 C Made it hard just to walk and stand F C You can break the back but you can't break G7 F C The spirit of a small town southern man
F C Finally death came callin' G7 C For this small town southern man F C He said it's alright cause I see angels G7 And they got me by the hand F C Don't you cry and don't you worry G7 C I'm blessed and I know I am F C Cause God has a place in heaven G7 F C For a small town southern man
F C Raised on the ways and gentle kindness G7 F C Of a small town southern man
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