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Tumbleweed Christmas Tree Recorded by Red Steagall Written by Andy Wilkinson
C It was a rough year for a rough neck's children F Hard times and harder living C G7 We moved when the rent come due and it come due once a week C F That year in late December found us in an old house trailer C G7 C West of Odessa near a town they call Notrees
F To poor to pay attention daddy lived on good intentions C G7 He intended Christmas to be just what we believed C F He drove to town in the company pickup when he didn’t have sawbuck C G7 C For the price of a Christmas tree he brought back a tumbleweed
F C Christmas Eve in Notrees, Texas wind blowing through the cactus G7 F G7 C Santa Clause was a rich kids saint and a poor kid’s dream F C But I’d trade every fancy present I ever had or ever will get G7 F G7 C For the night of the tumbleweed Christmas tree
F Daddy sat it on the dinette table momma made a newsprint angel C G7 Ornaments of tinfoil scraps buttons on a string C F It took us all night to decorate it when we got done I have to say that C G7 C It was the prettiest tumbleweed I’d ever seen
F Wind rocked the trailer like a cradle while we sang our Christmas carols C G7 Setting on the sofa on the duck tape Naugahyde C F Daddy looked proud as big city banker momma trying hard to be thankful C G7 C But looking at the tumbleweed she laughed until she cried
F And I was just six going on seven but being poor was an education C G7 And that night I learned a lot about just what Christmas means C F It means love and it means loving it means money don’t mean nothing C G7 C And it means a tumbleweed can make a Christmas tree
F C But I’d trade every fancy present I ever had or ever will get G7 F G7 C For the night of the tumbleweed Christmas tree
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