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The Firefly's Song
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The Firefly's Song Recorded by Alan Jackson Written by Robert Castleman
G I used to run in a young man's boots D7 With a young man's heart and a young man's roots Em Am But now I stand where a young man stood before C G I don't run like I used to D7 G This old man don't run no more
You used to talk and I used to nod D7 I don't listen but I hear a lot Em Don't believe for a second Am That my key won't fit your door C G I don't wantcha like I used to D7 G This old man wants you more
Em D7 Hey hi de ho I used to go Em D7 Where the devil wouldn't go C Where the river run still G And the water don't flow B7 Heaven couldn't stop me then
Em D7 Hey hi de hi good Lord's willin' Em D7 And the creek don't rise C G And life goes by like the fireflies D7 G Where the devil sits with a grin
I used to sing with a young man's voice D7 A young man's heart and a young man's choice Em Am Hope my song is what you're longing for C G I don't sing like I used to
D7 G Sometimes less is more
Well this crazy life is all we got D7 Like a shoestring tied in a beggar's knot Em Am In the end that's what this story shows C G I don't love you like I used to D7 G Em This old man loves you more
C G I don't love ya like a used to D7 C G This old man loves you more
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