War Is Hell On The Homefront Too
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War Is Hell On The Homefront Too Recorded by T.G. Sheppard Written by Curly Putman, Bucky Jones, Dan Wilson
C It was July hot in Georgia in 1942 F All the men were off to war C and the women had nothing to do
I was 16 and hungry lookin’ for my first taste of love G7 When I brought her groceries to her door C I didn’t know how close I was
Her long blonde hair was flowing
And she smelled like sweet perfume F When I laid her groceries down C she said you don’t have to leave so soon
A woman sure gets lonely when her man’s gone off to fight G7 She reached out for my tremblin’ hand C As tear drops filled her eyes G7 And she said
C War is hell on the homefront too F God only knows what a woman goes through G7 C She still needs what her man that’s gone can’t do
I can’t fight this fire alone F Stay with me until it’s gone G7 C Ooh war is hell on the homefront too
It was July hot inside me as she led me to the bedroom door F The satin sheets and pleasure C I never knew I could feel before
My first taste of lovin’ was everything it shoulda been G7 When a woman’s fightin’ loneliness C It’s a battle she can’t win
I’ll always remember what she did and what she said G7 But the one thing I remember most
Is the way she turned his picture over C Face down on the table by her bed G7 And how she said
Repeat #3 x2
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