turn gold
A D
But he laid awake nights wishin' that it would
G D
When the world was on our radio hard work was on our minds
A D
We lived our day-to-day in plain dirt fashion
G D
With ol' overalls and cotton balls all strapped across your back
A D
Man, it's hard to make believe there ain't nothing wrong
Bm G
But momma kept the Bible read and daddy kept our family fed
D A
And somewhere in between I must have grown
Bm G
Cause someday I was dreamin' that a song that I was singin'
D A
Takes me down the road to where I want to go
Bn A D
Now I know, it's a long hard road
G D
Sometimes I remember when I stayed up late at night
A D
When the sun-up came, we got up and went
G D
In the shadows of a working' day our moonlight hours spent
A D
Singin' songs along with Gramma's radio
G D
Now I'm beatin' down a ol' blacktop road sleepin' in a sack
A D
Livin' in my memories all in vain
G D
Cause those city lights ain't all that bright compared to what its like
A D
To see Lightning Bugs go dancin' in the rain
Bm G
Momma played the guitar then and daddy made the saw blade bend
D A
And raindrops played the tin roof like a drum
Bm G
But I just kept on dreamin' that a song that I was singin'
D A
Takes me down the road to where my name is known
Bm A D
Now I'm gone, and its a long hard road
Bm A D
Yes, I know, Its a long hard road.

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