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Boney Fingers lyrics

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Hoyt Axton – Boney Fingers lyrics

[D] See the rain comin' down and the roof won't hold 'er
[G] Lost my job and I feel a little older
[A7] Car won't run and our love's grown colder
But maybe things'll get a little [D] better, in the mornin'
[A7] Maybe things'll get a little [D] better.

Oh! The clothes need washin' and the fire won't start
Kids all cryin' and you're breakin' my heart
Whole darn place is fallin' apart
Maybe things'll get a little better, in the mornin'
Maybe things'll get a little better.

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Work your [A] fingers to the [A7] bone - whadda ya [G] get?
[P] (Whoo-whoo) Boney [D] Fingers - [A7] Boney Fing-[D] gers.

Yea! I've been broke as long as I remember
Get a little money and I gotta run and spend 'er
When I try to save it, pretty woman come and take it
Sayin' maybe things'll get a little better, in the mornin'
Maybe things'll get a little better.

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Yea! The grass won't grow and the sun's too hot
The whole darn world is goin' to pot
Might as well like it 'cause you're all that I've got
But, maybe things'll get a little better, in the mornin'
Maybe things'll get a little better.

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