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Grandpa

Song Author Jamie OHara Performer: the Judds Submitted by: Anonymous

[C]Grandpa tell me about the [F]good old days
Sometimes it [C]feels like this world's gone [G7]crazy
[C]Grandpa take me back to [F]yesterday
When the line between [C]right wrong [G7]didn't seem so [C]hazy

Lovers really [F]fall in love to stay
Stand beside each [C]other come what may
Promise really [G7]something people kept
Not just something they would [C]say  
Families really [F]bow their heads to pray
And daddy's [C]really never go away
Wooo ooh [F]grandpa [G7]tell me about the good old [C]days

Grandpa everything is [F]changing fast
We call it [C]progress but I just don't [G7]know   
[C]And grandpa let's wander [F]back into the past
And paint me a [C]picture [G7]of long [C]ago  

Lovers really [F]fall in love to stay
Stand beside each [C]other come what may
Promise really [G7]something people kept
Not just something they would [C]say and then forget
Families really [F]bow their heads to pray
And daddy's [C]really never go away
Wooo ooh [F]grandpa [G7]tell me about the good old [C]days


Grandpa tell me about the good old days
Sometimes it feels like this world's gone crazy
Grandpa take me back to yesterday
When the line between right wrong didn't seem so hazy

Lovers really fall in love to stay
Stand beside each other come what may
Promise really something people kept
Not just something they would say
Families really bow their heads to pray
And daddy's really never go away
Wooo ooh grandpa tell me about the good old days

Grandpa everything is changing fast
We call it progress but I just don't know
And grandpa let's wander back into the past
And paint me a picture of long ago

Lovers really fall in love to stay
Stand beside each other come what may
Promise really something people kept
Not just something they would say and then forget
Families really bow their heads to pray
And daddy's really never go away
Wooo ooh grandpa tell me about the good old days

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