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Family Reunion
David Allan Coe

Mama taught us how to sing in harmony
Grandma used to stomp her foot and slap her knee
I can still hear daddy singin' down by the old mill stream
When uncle Jim played the fiddle,
You could hear it talk, you could hear it sing
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And it echoed down the mountains to those Georgia pines
Ran through Tennessee just like that old moonshine
Old Joe Clark, Cripple Creek, Annie Get Your Gun
I guess my old time favorite was that Fox on the Run
Like a fox, like a fox on the run
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Grandpa played the dobro till the break of dawn
Me I had this guitar and I'd strum along
Carol played the washboard and the tamborine
Little Mary Beth would always help us sing
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And it echoed down the mountains to those Georgia pines
Ran through Tennessee just like that old moonshine
Old Joe Clark, Cripple Creek, Annie Get Your Gun
I guess my old time favorite was that Fox on the Run
Like a fox, like a fox on the run
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Mama taught us how to sing in harmony
Grandma used to stomp her foot and slap her knee
I can still hear daddy singin' down by the old mill stream
When uncle Jim played the fiddle,
You could hear it talk, you could hear it sing
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[Instrumental]
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And it echoed down the mountains to those Georgia pines
Ran through Tennessee just like that old moonshine
Old Joe Clark, Cripple Creek, Annie Get Your Gun
I guess my old time favorite was that Fox on the Run
Like a fox, like a fox on the run




Copyright: Songwriters: Kenneth Gamble / Kenny Gamble / Leon Huff
© Warner/Chappell Music, Inc

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