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Dolly Parton: In the Good Old Days (When Times Were Bad) Meaning

Song Released: 1968


In the Good Old Days (When Times Were Bad) Lyrics

We'd get up before sun-up to get the work done up
We'd work in the fields till the sun had gone down
We've stood and we've cried as we have bristly watched
A hailstorm a' beatin' our crops to the ground
We've gone to bed hungry many nights in the...

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