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Tiny Town Recorded by Tracy Byrd Written by Keith Stegall
C G7 I grew up in a tiny town Am Em Sidewalks rolled up when the sun went down Dm And we played in the streets G7 C G7 Till my mom said come eat in that tiny town
C G7 Dad ran a station by the railroad track Am Em Half his life he spent on his back Dm Underneath a car G7 C G7 Lord he worked so hard in that tiny town
Am F They say home is where your heart is C G7 And I guess it's true Am F And they say you can't go back Dm G7 But I close my eyes and I'm driving through
C G7 My mom sold Avon in the neighborhood Am Em And I'd wait in the car hoping she'd done good Dm So I'd have a dime to spend G7 C On the ice cream man in that tiny town
G7 I got the car when I was just fifteen Am Em Five dollars bought a lot of gasoline Dm To the drive in picture show G7 C G7 Where we used to go in that tiny town
C G7 Now the years they fly by oh so fast Am Em So much in life we lose to the past D7 But I'm proud to say G7 C That I was raised in a tiny town
Dm Yeah I'm proud to say G7 C That I was raised in a tiny town
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