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Old Hippie 10 Years Later
  Old Hippie     10 years later                            Bellamy Bros


[Verse 1]
 G                         C                           G
He'll be 45 come Wednesday,  his gray hair is getting thin,
                                                   C            D
But he still has hanging in there, don't feel too bad for the shape he's in,
           C                                   G
He's seen yuppies in the white house, but he thinks their gonna fail,
        C                                  G           D
But he just don't trust a President, that never has inhaled.
        Bm                             C                      G
And he prays to God to stop this crime,  but it seems to no avail.

[Verse 2]
 G                                C                                G
Well he still loves country music,  but he's been left out in the dark,
                                                                C              D
Cause they don't play Merle and George no more,  he don't know Billy Ray from Garth,
           C                            G
And he's heard of Woodstock too but he never could compete,
            C                                      G               D
But he was there the day the Hendricks played the Anthem with his teeth,
          Bm                               C           G
Back when all those grunge bands couldn't even keep a beat.

[Chorus]
         C                G
He's an old Hippie, even older than before,
           D                            G
Wondering what to pay attention to and what should be ignored,
         C                   G
He's an old hippie, still adjusting to the change,
           D                                 C           D         G
He's just trying to find some balance, in a world, gone totally insane.

[Verse 3]
 G                                  C                      G
He still thinks back on the sixties,  but not in the same way,
                                        C       D
They built a wall to his war,  then forgot the MIA,
          C                                    G
And he's trying to be a nineties man but it's too much of a bore,
       C                                      G                D
Those fax machines and cell phones ain't what he was put here for,
          Bm                         C                      G
And in a world selling sex and music,  he's a last old dinosaur.

[Chorus]
         C                G
He's an old Hippie, even older than before,
           D                            G
Wondering what to pay attention to and what should be ignored,
         C                   G
He's an old hippie, still adjusting to the change,
           D                                 C           D         G
He's just trying to find some balance, in a world, gone totally insane.

[Verse 4]
 G                                  C                              G
Well he comes on home from work now,  takes some time up with the kids,
                                                                 C             D
Try to teach them right from wrong,  hope they don't learn it the way that he did,
         C                               G
And his eyes are on the future but it's looking pretty sad,
          C                          G                   D
And with every day that passes he becomes more like his Dad,
    Bm                                       C                     G
He hopes that when this century turns around,  things won't be so bad.

[Chorus]
         C                G
He's an old Hippie, even older than before,
           D                            G
Wondering what to pay attention to and what should be ignored,
         C                   G
He's an old hippie, still adjusting to the change,
           D                                 C           D         G
He's just trying to find some balance, in a world, gone totally insane.

[Outro]
           D                                 C           D         G
He's just trying to find some balance, in a world, gone totally insane.

 
 
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