Never lived in LA
never shot anyone
never lived in New York City
and still managed to have some fun
I work my fields then I hit my knees
and pray for the tears of heaven to help me please
you never heard of me but it’s not my fault
blame it on the death of Charles Kuralt

My truck’s got 100,000 on it
and it still runs fine
my kid’s stay dry and warm
and all of ‘em are mine
met my wife in high school and I chased her down
she’s still the prettiest girl in this here town
ain’t got nothing to hide but it’s not my fault
blame it on the death of Charles Kuralt

Fireworks paint a picture
but some will never see
what those city lights
ain’t doing for me
blame it on the death of Charles Kuralt

So I’ll take my trip
to the general store
Old Joe doesn’t even ask
what I need anymore
says he can tell by my walk and the mood I’m in
still got my daddy’s credit from way back when
you never heard of me but it’s not my fault
blame it on the death of Charles Kuralt


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