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Acorde de Laid A Highway - Tift Merritt

Letra de Laid A Highway

Intro:  G  D  C   





Verse 1:



G

This was a town took care of it's own



D

That's what me and my children have known



C

I worked the mill the way my parents did



G

I remember this town when I was a kid



Bm

Sitting through the movies twice



C

Open windows late at night



G

Slipping out in the summer heat



D

To meet John Miller in the middle of the street



C

They laid a highway a few years back



G

Next town over by the railroad track



D

Some nights, I'm glad it passed us by



C G D C

Some nights, I sit and watch my hometown die





Verse 2:



G

I'm fifty-five and when the mill burned down



D

I wasn't much past a pretty young gal



C

Boss lit a match in the oily night



G

Cops never had enough to set it right

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Bm

So while the company traded with our lives



C

We were busy watching that slow moon rise



G

Dancing on the high grass ridge



D

Making love down by the Cedar County Bridge







Repeat Chorus





Instrumental: G D C G D C-





Verse 3:



G

They never came to tear that old place down



D

They roped it off, but you can walk around



C

See the rust on the painted doors



G

Watch the rain fall through the burned out floors



Bm

This was a town took care of it's own



C

This was a town doing fine all alone



G

The mill got out a quarter to five



D

You could eat supper with any family you liked







Repeat Chorus





Outro: G D C G D C G

Letra subida por: Anónimo

Discos en los que aparece este acorde: Tambourine

El acorde de Laid A Highway de Tift Merritt es una versión de la canción original realizada por colaboradores/usuarios de Coveralia.

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