"Hard Year Blues" as written by and Timothy P. O'brien....
Hard Year Blues

I tried to tell you that we?d make it through somehow
You wouldn?t listen and I wouldn?t blame you now
I ain?t got money but I sure got bills to pay
I roll my cigarettes a little smaller every day

It?s been a long hard year
That wouldnt be so bad
Darlin, if I only had you near

My kids need new shoes
But I ain?t no money machine
All my overtime is gone for gasoline
On a car that?s running down
Getting me to work in town
Meanwhile you?re running around
My heart is wearing a frown


I read the news in the papers everday
Hard times a comin and I guess they?re here to stay
I ain?t got money I?ve just got some bills to pay
I roll my cigarettes a little smaller everyday


If I had you near

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