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High Cotton ukulele

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Recorded by ALABAMA
Words and music by Scott Anders and Roger Murrah

[C] We didn't know the times were lean
A-[F] Round our home the grass was green
It [C] didn't seem like things were all that [G] bad
I [C] bet we walked a thousand miles
[F] Chopin' cotton and pushin' plows
And [C] learnin' how to [G] give it all we [C] had.

As life went on and years went by
I saw the light in daddy's eyes
And felt - the love in mama's hands
They kept us warm and kept us fed
Taught us how to look ahead
Now lookin' back, I think I understand.

[P] We Were Walkin' in [C] High Cotton
Old times [F] there are not forgotten
Those [C] fertile fields are never far a-[G] way
[P] We Were Walkin' in [C] High Cotton
Old times [F] there are not forgotten
Leavin' [C] home was the hardest [G] thing we ever [C] faced.

When Sunday morning rolled around
We dressed up in hand-me downs
Just in time, together with the church
Sometimes I think how long it's been
And how it impressed me then
It was the only day my daddy wouldn't work.


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