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That Was Us Recorded by Randy Travis Written by Craig Wiseman and Tony Lane
D7 G C G Twenty dollars out of momma's purse bought us a tank of gas C G D7 And some Redman tobacco when we were just teenage kids G C G Me and my old buddy Leroy we'd go driving around C G If there was trouble to be found then man we dang sure did it
Em D7 Cutting dough-nuts in the fields C Till old man Smith would call the cops Em D7 He'd come runnin' out with a shotgun C Cause we running down his crops Am G C And I reckon he's still wonderin' who that was D7 G D7 But that was us
G C G Now some of these old local boys moved on but we never changed a bit C G Never had a lick of sense least that's what some folks said C G Then finally we turned old enough to buy our own beer C G Don't remember much about that year just lucky we ain't dead
Em D7 Cause somebody said they saw some boys C With a truck looked just like mine Em D7 Tryin' to pull down that old water tank C That sits out on the county line Am G C People wonder why it leans the way it does D7 G D7 That was us
Em D7 C Seems like small towns never change but things get tough when times get hard Em D7 C They said when he got sick old man Smith would've lost that farm Am G C Cause he was gettin' way behind on all his bills Am G C Till somebody brought his crops in from the fields
Am G C Yeah and folks around here still wonder who that was D7 G That was us
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