Dim Lights, Thick Smoke & Loud, Loud Music
Written by Joe Maphis, Max Fidler & Rose Lee Maphis
Chord-chart by Lynn Lewis

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|G / / / |/ / |C / / / Dim lights, thick smoke, and loud, loud music, |C / / / |G / |D / / / Is the only kind of life you'll ever under-stand, |G / / / |/ / |C / / / Dim lights, thick smoke, and loud, loud music, |C / G / |D / |G / / / | You'll never make a wife to a home-loving man.

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|G / / / |/ / C / / / Just drinking and dancing to a hon-ky tonk band, |C / G / |/ / |D / / / Is the only kind of life you'll ever under-stand, |G / / / |/ / |C / / / Go out and have your fun, you think you've played it smart, |C / G / |D / |G / / / | I'm sor-ry for you and your hon-ky tonk heart.

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Your home and little children mean nothing to you, Nor a house filled with love and a husband so true, You'd rather have a drink with the first guy you meet, And the only home you'll know is the club down the street.

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