Daddy Laid The Blues On Me chords with lyrics by Bobbie Cryner - Easy chords and tabs for guitar

Bobbie Cryner – Daddy Laid The Blues On Me chords

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[Verse 1]
A EWay back in their younger days, when they were running wild
E AMy daddy had a dream, and Momma had a child
A DHe said: "Girl you can't be tying me down, I'm only seventeen
B7 EAnd a man's gotta get around, if you know what I mean."
A DThen my Momma said, "Go on, as she stood and cried
And my Daddy said, "I'm gone. I gotta live my life." [Chorus]
AAnd I was born one summer night
DWhen the world loved Patsy Cline
EI was raised by the tracks, in a tar-paper shack
On the Georgia-Alabama line
AMomma taught me how to play and sing
DAnd we headed up to Tennessee
EMomma sold my soul on country rock and roll
ABut Daddy laid the blues on me
[Verse 2]
A EWell I signed that dotted line, and I climbed my way to being a star
E AWhen I ran across my Daddy in a downtown Tallahassee bar
A DHe said, "Girl there ain't no life on the road, you better come with me."
B7 EI said: "Dad, I gotta get around if you know what I mean."
A DDaddy said: "Come on", with a tear in his eye
E AI said, "Sorry Daddy, I'm gone!, I gotta live my life"
[Chorus]
AAnd I was born one summer night
DWhen the world loved Patsy Cline
EI was raised by the tracks, in a tar-paper shack
On the Georgia-Alabama line
AMomma taught me how to play and sing
DAnd we headed up to Tennessee
EMomma sold my soul on country rock and roll
ABut Daddy laid the blues on mee
[Chorus]
AAnd I was born one summer night
DWhen the world loved Patsy Cline
EI was raised by the tracks, in a tar-paper shack
On the Georgia-Alabama line
AMomma taught me how to play and sing
DAnd we headed up to Tennessee
EMomma sold my soul on country rock and roll
ABut Daddy laid the blues on me
[Tag]
EYeah, Momma sold my soul on country rock and roll
ABut Daddy laid the blues on me
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