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Drug Store Truck Drivin Man Tabs (ver.1)

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Drug Store Truck Drivin Man Tabs (ver.1)

Baez Joan
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                This song has been posted by some other people under The Byrds and Gram
Parsons.  It was written by Roger McGuin and Gram Parsons.  This is the
version that was preformed live at Woodstock.  Different chords were used,
and some of the words were changed t o make it pertain to the draft
resistance and Ronald Regan. 

Chorus:
       C                        G                                          
He's a drug store truck drivin' man
G                            C                                             
He's the head of the Ku Klux Klan
C                          F                                               
When summer comes rollin' around
F        G                   C                                             
We'll be lucky to get out of town

Verse 1:
     C                     G                                               
He's been like a father to me
G                             F          C                                 
He's like the only DJ you can hear after three
C                                F                                         
And I'm an all night singer in a country band
F   G                      F          C                                    
And if he don't like me he don't understand

Chorus

Verse 2:
He's got him a house on the hill
And he can play country records till you've had your fill
And he's a law man's friend he's an all night DJ
Sure don't think much like the records he plays

Chorus

Verse 3:
He don't like resistance I know
And he said it last night on a big TV show
He's got him a medal that he won in the war
Weighs 500 pounds and it sleeps by the door

Chorus (repeat the last line once)
            
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