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Kid Rock - What I Learned Out On The Road Chords

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What I Learned Out On The Road Chords

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Kid Rock
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                [Verse 1]
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Heading for the south lands
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Looking for some fun
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Down below that dixie mason
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I know your the one
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My tongue is chasing my eyes are wide
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I can see paradise
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I been down here once or twice
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But I never seen it look so nice
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Ahhhhhhhhh yeahhhh
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Ahhhhhhhhh yeah yeah
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I like it with the grass cut low
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Big mountain tops valley below
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I love it when you scream out my name
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Kid Rock, what you say?
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Kid Rock, what you say?
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Kid Rock, what you say?
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Kid Rock Yeahh

[Chorus 1]
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He's a bad maama jamma from Detroit city
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Rock from southern Alabama back to Macanow city
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I'm raw and greedy, show me gimme, I'll nick it
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Gimme a slimmy and a jimmy I'll stick it
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Pick me up lady or beam me up scottie
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Late night shaddy let me slip it in your body
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I'ma scrambling rambling straight traveling man
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Spreading Moejo Sam, please understand

[Chorus 2].
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From Detroit to New Orleans
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I love the life but I never sold my soul
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All them late nights, and early mornings
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Let me show you what I learned out on the road
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Let me show you what I learned out on the road

[Verse 2]
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You know I've tried a thousand times and I've tried to explain
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And I've cried a thousand times over things that I can't change
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I've learned a lot you know, I grow each passing day
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And I blame nobody but myself for mistakes that I have made

[Chorus 1]
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He's a bad maama jamma from Detroit city
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Rock from southern Alabama back to Macanow city
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I'm raw and greedy, show me gimme, I'll nick it
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Gimme a slimmy and a jimmy I'll stick it
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Pick me up lady or beam me up scottie
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Late night shaddy let me slip it in your body
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I'ma scrambling rambling straight traveling man
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Spreading Moejo Sam, please understand

[Chorus 2].
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From Detroit to New Orleans
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I love the life but I never sold my soul
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All them late nights, and early mornings
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Let me show you what I learned out on the road
E                        C#                A
Let me show you what I learned out on the road

[Verse 3]
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Lord knows when your not here, I get so damn bored of me
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And I've spent some lonely nights that did not have to be
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And if you could only see, I swear I'd show you true
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And although I carry a load out on the road
I want to come back home to you

[Chorus 2].
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From Detroit to New Orleans
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I love the life but I never sold my soul
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All them late nights, and early mornings
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Let me show you what I learned out on the road
E                        C#                A
Let me show you what I learned out on the road

[Verse 4]
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From Detroit to Carolina
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I love the life but I never sold my soul
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From London town down to China
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Let me show you what I learned out on the road
E                       C#                 A            
Let me show you what I learned out on the road            
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