Angel From Montgomery Bonnie Raitt
[E]I am an old [A]woman [E]named after my [A]mother.
[E]My old man is a[A]nother [D]child that's grown [E]old.
If dreams were [A]thunder[E] and lightning was de[A]sire
[E]this old house would've [A]burnt down a [D]long time [E]ago.
Make me an [D]angel that [A]flies from [E]Montgomery.
Make me a [D]poster of [A]an old [E]rodeo.
Just give me [D]one thing that [A]I can hold [E]on to.
To believe in this [D]living is just a [A]hard way to [E]go.[A] [E] [A]
When I was a young girl I had me a cowboy,
wa'n't much to look at, just a free ramblin' man.
But that was a long time, and no matter how I try,
the years just flow by like a broken-down dam.
There's flies in the kitchen, I can hear all their buzzin'
but I ain't done nothin' since I woke up today.
I am kind of person goes to work in the morning
come home in the evenin' and have nothin' to say.
To believe in this [D]living is just a [A]hard way to [E]go.