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If The World Had A Front Porch chords

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Tracy Lawrence
If the world had a front porch

C       C       F       F       C       C       F       F


       C                             G                Am  
It was where my mama sat on that old swing with her crochet,

       F                C                C                 G
It was where granddaddy taught me how to cuss and how to pray,

       Am                Em                  F                C
It was where we made our own ice cream those sultry summer nights,

          Dm                 Em           F                   G
Where the bulldog had her puppies, and us brothers had our fights,




           C                                   G             Am
There were many nights I'd sit right there and look out at the stars, 
        F                  C             C                       G
To the sound of a distant whippoorwill, or the hum of a passin' car,
       Am                Em               F                    C
It was where I first got up  the nerve to steal me my first kiss, 
           Dm                 Em              F                 G
and it was where I learned to play guitar and pray I had the gift,


CHORUS
        C           F               G           Am
If the world had a front porch like we did back then,
F                   C          G             G    
We'd still have our problems, but we'd all be friends, 
Am            Em                  F            C
Treatin' your neighbor like he's your next of kin
F           C              Am
wouldn't be gone, with the wind,
        F           C
if the world had a front porch 
     G            C          C   F
like we did back then





           C                   G                   Am
Purple hulls and pintos, I've shelled more than my share, 
          F         C        C                      G
lightning bugs and crickets, Danced in the evening air, 
         Am                Em               F             C
and like a beacon that ole' yellow moon it always lead me home, 
         Dm     Em              F               G
some how mama always knew, just when to leave it on,
 



CHORUS
             C           F          G             Am
If the world had a front porch like we did back then,
F                   C          G              G            
We'd still have our problems, but we'd all be friends, 
Am            Em                   F            C
Treatin' your neighbor like he's your next of kin
F           C             Am
wouldn't be gone, with the wind,
       F           C
if the world had a front porch 
     G            C        
like we did back then


Am          Em                    F            C
Treatin' your neighbor like he's your next of kin
F           C              Am
wouldn't be gone, with the wind,
       F             C
if the world had a front porch 
     G             C        
like we did back then

.. C    F       F       C       C       F       F       C . . . end 



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