Drug Store Truck Drivin' Man


by Joan Baez
 C:	He's a drug store truck drivin' man
He's the head of the Ku Klux Klan
When summer comes rolling around
We'll be lucky to get out of town

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C7 - - /   / F - - /   / G - - /   / C - - /   //

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

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C7 - - /   / F - - /   / G - - /   / - - > / C - - //

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

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

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

He don't like resistance I know
And he said it last night on a big TV show
And he's got him a medal he won in the war
It weighs five hundred pounds and it sleeps by the door

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



© 1970 Atlantic Records::  on movie soundtrack "Woodstock"

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