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Acorde de Old Hippie - The Bellamy Brothers

Letra de Old Hippie

G  

He turned thirty-five last Sunday

C G

In his hair he found some gray

G

But he still ain't changed his lifestyle

C D

He likes it better the old way

C G

So he grows a little garden in the back yard by the fence

C G

He's consuming what he's growing nowadays in self defense

D

He get's out there in the twilight zone

C G

sometimes when it just don't make no sense

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G

He gets off on country music

C G

cause disco left him cold

G

He's got young friends into new wave

C D

but he's just too damn old

C

And he dreams at night of Woodstock

G

and the day John Lennon died

C

how the music made him happy

G

and the silence made him cry

D

Yet he thinks of John sometimes

C G

and he has to wonder why

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C

He's an old hippie

G

and he don't know what to do

D

should hang on to the old

G

should he grab on to the new

C

he's an old hippie

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G

his new life is just a bust

D

he ain't trying to change nobody

C D G

he just trying real hard to adjust

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G

He was sure back in the sixties

C G

that everyone was hip

G

Then they sent him off to Vietnam

C D

on his senior trip

C

And they force him to become a man

G

while he was still a boy

C

and in each wave of tragedy

G

he waited for the joy

D

Now this world may change around him

C G

but he just can't change nomore

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G

Well he stays away a lot now

C G

from the parties and the clubs

G

And he's thinking while he's joggin' 'round

C D

Sure is glad he quit the hard drugs

C G

Cause him and his kind get more endangered everyday

C

And pretty soon the species

G

will just up and fade away

D

Like the smoke from that torpedo

C G

just up and fade away

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