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Where Have All The Seasons Gone Recorded by Bobby Bare Written by Tom T. Hall
C F C Dear mom and dad I'm writing you to say I found a job G7 C D7 G7 It's a good job I don't go to work till nine C F C If my old car holds up I guess I'll be home for the Fourth G7 C Don't worry bout me everything is fine
F C That was 1952 G7 C G7 Where have all the seasons gone
C F C Dear dad remember Peggy we were married Friday night G7 C D7 G7 I'll bring her home to see you when I can C F C We took some pictures at the wedding I'll enclose the few G7 C And the money that you wanted me to send
F C That was 1953 G7 C G7 Where have all the seasons gone
C F C Dear Uncle Ray I thank you for the Christmas card you sent G7 C D7 G7 The kids enjoyed the pretty toys you bought C F C Congratulations Opal said that you retired last week G7 C And that you are living in a trailer park
F C That was 1963 G7 C G7 Where have all the seasons gone
C F C Yesterday I got a letter from that oldest boy of mine G7 C D7 G7 He said that he was doing fine in school C F C He said if his old car holds up he'll be home for the Fourth G7 C He said don't you worry papa things are cool
F C That was yesterday now tell me G7 F C Where have all the seasons gone
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