"Rocky Mountain Music" as written by and Eddie Rabbitt....
Back Upon an old dirt road
Next to a swamp full of toads

was a slanted wood shack
C D Em
with three little kids and a momma

Em G
papa died in '63
left little jenny and me
to plant those 'taters and
D Em -D.....Chorus
pull up another tomorrow

Rocky Mountain Music
G D A -D.C.G.
Fills my memory with you
Rocky mountain music
G D A -F.D.Em
v1.Papa can I hear you playin for me..
v2.momma can I hear you singin to me..
v3.brother can I hear you callin me..

Em G
Little brother was never quite right
he used to sit on the floor in the sunlight

playin with the dust
C D Em
that danced on the beams in the window

Em G
sister had to cook and clean
cuz momma she got sick and lean
C D Em -D....Chorus
sometimes I think she just got that way missin poppa

Em G
well every thing has changed today
little brother he was taken away
C D Em
sister, she married a soldier and lives in Toledo

Em G
And me I'm in a Nashville bar
and I've never been so far..

from that old gravel road
C D Em -D.....Chorusx2
and the rivers that run through my mem'ry

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"Rocky Mountain Music" as written by Eddie Rabbitt

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