Shawn Mullins - Cabbagetown
Intro: A E Bm A E Bm A E My Granddaddy was raised up in the hills, in ?29 he came down Bm A E Bm A E He used to ride to Atlanta, got a job in a Cotton Mill Bm A A E But everybody called it CabbagetownBm A E E He met my Grandma, when she was just sixteen Bm A E E They?d spin Old No. 7, on the second floor Bm A E E They grew a little garden, they started a family Bm A E E They owed all their pay, to the Ray Jay storeBm A E Oh-Oh-Oh, Cabbagetown Bm A E E The handpainted sign said CabbagetownG Bm Bridge: When they finally closed, the shadows fell Bm E G G Covered Cabbagetown, like a dirty vail. Instrumental Bm A E Bm A E Bm A E Bm A E Bm A E E Woke up this morning, my eyes were filled with tears Bm A E E I was dreaming of Grandpa, in forty some odd years Bm A E E Now the mountains call to me, a lonely soulful sound Bm A E E Once I leave here, I ain't coming back to CabbagetownBm A E Oh-Oh-Oh, Cabbagetown Bm A A E Never been out of Cabbagetown Bm A E Oh-Oh-Oh, Cabbagetown Bm A A E What goes up, will come downBm A E Oh-Oh-Oh, Cabbagetown Bm A A E You better stay away, when the sun goes down Bm A E Oh-Oh-Oh, Cabbagetown Bm A E I'm never goin? back to Cabbagetown Bm A E No, I'm never goin? back to Cabbagetown Bm A E G Bm Ah, one more time, I'm never goin? back to Cabbagetown ?. No, No
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