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Virginia Avenue chords

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[Chorus]
G                     C
There's a place where I come from
D               G
A little out of view
                 C
There's a Sunday matinee
D             G
On Virginia Avenue

[Verse]
G               C
Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Bean
D                      G
Talking in their front yard
                     C
Will that father-son auto shop
D                    G
Ever get that car to start
                  C
Down the street you hear those dogs
D                         G
Barking at the backfiring trucks
             C
Nobody ever says anything
D                          G
Just wait for them to give up

[Chorus]
G                     C
There's a place where I come from
D               G
A little out of view
                 C
There's a Sunday matinee
D             G
On Virginia Avenue

[Verse]
G                   C
Preston Sell won't leave me alone
D                               G
He wants to take the bikes into town
                     C
Gets quiet when he hears me say
D                   G
Hey, we better turn around
                     C
See that house just across the way
D             G
It's for rent again
                               C
It's been passed from the poor white trash
D           G
Down to the Mexicans

[Chorus]
G                     C
There's a place where I come from
D               G
A little out of view
                 C
There's a Sunday matinee
D             G
On Virginia Avenue

[Verse]
G           C
Summertime, it came and went
D                      G
Down at the old folks' home
                     C
Where saying goodbye gets you a cry
D                       G
Then you leave them all alone
              C
My mama still talks too much
D                         G
And my daddy's a youngest son
                   C
He was never quite satisfied
D               G
She was born to run
 
[Chorus] x2
G                     C
There's a place where I come from
D               G
A little out of view
                 C
There's a Sunday matinee
D             G
On Virginia Avenue

G                C
There's a Sunday matinee
D           G
On Virginia Avenue

            
            
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