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AM Country Heaven  Jason Eady

By Jason Eady
Capo 2
Well they [C]sing about Jesus, they sing about Jones
And they [F]sing of American [C]pride
But they're [C]all to damn clean, polished like stones
And they [D7]wont sing about [G]cheatin and [C]lies
Well i re[C]member the days when the singers just sang
And left it [F]all in the stories they [C]tell
[C]These days we're in AM country heaven
And [G]FM country [C]hell
I miss the days when the women were ugly
And the men were all forty years old
Cause you had to say something for people to listen
Now they just do what they're told
Well it's all about idols and pretty blonde hair
And how many trucks you can sell
Out here in AM country heaven
And FM country hell
Well [F]out on these back roads the [C]only real truth that I know
[G]Don't cross the radi[C]o band
It [F]cuts thru the static like a [C]chill in the air
Well it [D]fades out then comes back a[G]gain
Well i dont [C]mean to sound jaded because I know there are plenty
Young [F]singers who arent up for [C]sale
But they're [F]all stuck in AM [C]country heaven
And [G]FM country [C]hell
Key change to D
Well i [D]knew it was over the day that i overheard
A [G]record execuctive [D]cry
[D]"Keep it all simple, dont get offensive
And dont [E7]play songs in three quarter [A]time."
Well mister [D]record man I hope you dont take offense
But you're a [G]hell of a joke i can [D]tell
You're the [G]reason we're in AM [D]country heaven
And [A]FM country [D]hell
Yeah they're all stuck in AM country heaven
and FM country hell

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