Old Side Of Town chords - Tom T Hall

Tom T Hall Lyrics


            
THE OLD SIDE OF TOWN
Written and recorded by Tom T. Hall

[A] Ain't it strange how people change
And [D] almost over-[A] night
[D] Who once was a [A] country girl
Is now a social-[E] ite
We're [A] proud for you, but when you're through
And [D] seek some common [A] ground
[D] Oh, we [A] miss you
On the [E] old side of [A] town.

[E] We still drink cokes and tell old jokes
And [D] bowl at [E] Splits 'n' [A] Strikes
[D] Country music still [A] plays
   (George Jones is still a hero--2nd chorus)
On the jukebox every [E] night
So-[A] ci-ety is not for me
But [D] I can still be [A] found
[D] Oh, we [A] miss you
On the [E] old side of [A] town.

R-S-V-P is not for me
And black ties are not my style
I thought you'd like to know 'Cause you ain't been here for awhile We read about your Tour D'Force We're glad you get around But we miss you On the old side of town. CHORUS Babe, we miss you on the old side of town. ======================================================= | Submitted by: Gene Graham | | ah827@rgfn.epcc.edu El Paso, Texas | =======================================================