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Alabama  The Louvin Brothers

" A L A B A M A "
Written and recorded by the Louvin Bros.
From the LP "Tragic Songs of Life"
Acuff-Rose Music,
Recorded May 25, 1955
Capo 1
3/4 Waltz
[E]Alabama, your[A] beautiful[E] sunlight
Your [A]fields of [E]cerisa, [A]potatos and [B]corn
[E]Alabama, your [A]crimson red [E]clover
All m[A]ingled [E]around the old [A]place I was [B]born
[E]Alabama, your [A]hills and your [E]valleys
Your [A]creeks sing with [E]laughter as o[A]nward they f[B]low
[E]Alabama, so s[A]weet in the [E]springtime
Sweet [A]ferns and wild [E]flowers in [A]winter with [B]snow
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[E]Alabama, so [A]sweet to my [E]memory
You [A]shine like a [E]light on the [A]beautiful [B]hill
[E]Alabama, in [A]days of my [E]childhood
I've [A]labored and [E]toiled at the [A]old sorghum [B]mill
[E]Alabama, when [A]red leaves are [E]falling
I've [A]roamed through your [E]pastures with [A]fences of [B]rail
[E]Alabama, when [A]possums are [E]crawling and
And [A]hound dogs are [E]whining and [A]wagging their [B]tails
[E]Alabama, your [A]beautiful [E]highways
Are [A]carved through the [E]mountain where [A]loved ones do [B]wait
[E]Alabama, your [A]goldenrod [E]flowers
And the [A]welcome home sign [E]hanging [A]over the [B]gate
[E]Alabama, to [A]me you are [E]calling
My [A]footsteps are [E]comin’ no [A]longer to [B]stray
[E]Alabama, you [A]hold all I [E]long for
You [A]hold all [E]I love, so I'm [A]coming [B]today

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