Jack White - Carolina Drama Chords

 
         
         
         
         
         
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AmI'm not sure if there's a point to thiDs storGy But I'm Cgoing to Btell it aAmgain AmSo many other people try to tell the tale CNot one oBf them knAmows the end AmIt was a junk-house in South Carolina CHeld a boyB the age of teAmn AmAlong with his older brother Billy CAnd theirB mother and Amher boyfriend Who was a Dtriple loser with some blue tattoos That were gDiven to him when he was young And a Amdrunk temper that was easy to lose And thank Cgod he didn'tB own a Emgun Am AmWell, Billy woke up in the back of his truck Took a Cminute to Bopen his Ameyes He took a peep into the back of the house And found himself a big surprise DHe didn't see his brother but there was his mother With her red-headed head in her hands While the Amboyfriend had his gloves wrapped around an old CPriest trying to Bchoke the Emman Am ( C F B)sEmoftGly

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AmBilly looked up from the window to the truck Threw Cup, and had to Bstruggle to sAmtand AmHe saw that red-necked bastard with a hammer Turn the Cpriest into a Bshell of a Amman DThe priest was putting up the fight of his life DBut he was old and he was bound to lose The Amboyfriend hit as hard as he could And knocked the Cpriest rightB down to his EmshoesAm AmWell, now Billy knew but never actually met The Cpreacher lying Bthere in the Amroom AmHe heard himself say, "That must be my daddy" Then he Cknew what he was Ggonna Amdo DBilly got up enough courage, took it up DAnd grabbed the first blunt thing he could find It was a Amcold, glass bottle of milk That got deClivered every Gmorning at Emnine Am

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AmBilly broke in and saw the blood on the floor, and AmHe turned around and put the lock on the door DmHe looked dead into the boyfriend's eye His Emother was a ghost, too upset to cry, then AmHe took a step toward the man on the ground AmFrom his mouth trickled out a little audible sound DmHe heard the boyfriend shout, "Get out!" And Billy Esaid, "Not till I know what this is all about" Am"Well, this preacher here was attacking your mama" AmBut Billy knew just who was starting the drama DmSo Billy took dead aim at his face And smashed theE bottle on the man who left his dad in disgrace, and AmThe white milk dripped down with the blood, and the AmBoyfriend fell down dead for good Right Dmnext to the preacher who was gasping for air And Billy Eshouted, "Daddy, why'd you have to come back here?" AmHis mama reached behind the sugar and honey, and AmPulled out an envelope filled with money "Your Dmdaddy gave us this," she collapsed in tears "EHe's been paying all the bills for years" Am"Mama, let's put this body underneath the trees Amand put Daddy in the truck and head to Tennessee" DmJust then, his little brother came in Holding the Emilk man's hat and a bottle of gin singing, AmWell now you heard another side to the story But you Cwanna know Bhow it Amends? AmIf you must know, the truth about the tale CGo and Bask the Ammilkman