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Rubys Two Sad Daughters chords

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By Walt Wilkins

Verse 1:
D                             G      
When the sun hits it right on its way down 
D                                         A
It was the prettiest thing in our little town. 
D                                          G
Every hour I'd sneak a glance over at the plastic frame 
                                  D                 A       D
and cracked glass that holds the picture of Ruby's two sad daughters.
D                                      G           
Last mill closed when I was nine and Daddy left and Momma cried again, 
D                                   A      D
I spent my nights cleaning Ruby's floors, just another cafe
      G                       D                                 A        
on a wind swept highway the farmers bitched, we're no good at football anymore. 

Chorus 1:
G                           D
In this land that knows no laughter 
Bm                          A
In this land that holds no water, 
D                         G      A       D        G  D  A
we were all in love with Ruby's two sad daughters.

Verse 2:
D                      G
One went way out west, one went way wrong, 
D                              A
One left at seventeen and the other couldn't wait that long.
D                                          G
Neither went anywhere with me, not to the games or the Dairy Queen. 
D                                       A          
Both split with the first boy who lied sweet and looked vaguely mean.

Chorus 2: 
G                           D
In this land that knows no laughter 
Bm                         A
In this land that holds no water,
D                         G      A        D
We were all in love with Ruby's two sad daughters.

Bridge:
Bm                 A       Bm                  A
Why so pretty and forlorn? Why so permanently blue?
D                              G   A      D   G  D  A
I guess ours wasn't much of a kingdom to rule. 

Verse 3:
D                     G
Now when the sun hits its right on its way down, 
D                                             A
It's still the prettiest thing in our little town. 
D                                        G
Every hour I sneak a glance over at the plastic frame 
                                                      A        D
and I fix the glass that holds the picture of Ruby's two sad daughters.
                              G      A       D
Why did hope leave town with Ruby's two sad daughters? 
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