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Early-Greg Brown

D         G                    D   
Early one morning I walked out alone,
                  A                  D    
I looked down the street; no one was around.
                 G                 D
The sun was just comin' up over my home,
           A                       D   
On Hickory Street in a little farm town. And

[Chorus:]
D        G                       D
Oooo-ee, ain't the mornin' light pretty,
                      A                    D   D7  G          
When the dew is still heavy, so bright and early.
   G           D                       A 
My home on the range; it's a one-horse town,
                      D    G  D  
And it's alright with me.

D              G                         D 
Plow broke the prairie, the prairie gave plenty,
                 A                             D   
The little towns blossomed and soon there were many.
               G                         D  
Scattered like fireflies across the dark night,
                   A                             D                  
And one was called Early, and they sure named it right. 'Cause


[Chorus:]
D        G                       D
Oooo-ee, ain't the mornin' light pretty,
                      A                    D   D7  G          
When the dew is still heavy, so bright and early.
   G           D                       A 
My home on the range; it's a one-horse town,
                      D    G  D  
And it's alright with me.

D                G               D
Many dry summers parched all the fields,
                    A                          D    
They burnt the fine colors and cut down on the yield.
                 G                         D   
But the rain has returned to wash away our tears,
                       A  
It's the fullest green summer that
               A
We've seen for years. And

[Chorus]
D        G                       D
Oooo-ee, ain't the mornin' light pretty,
                      A                    D   D7  G          
When the dew is still heavy, so bright and early.
   G           D                       A 
My home on the range; it's a one-horse town,
                      D    G  D  
And it's alright with me.

            
            
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