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I LIVED SO FAST AND HARD (Dolly Parton) Porter Wagoner - 1968 Mel Tillis - 1968 I was raised on cornbread and gravy And I slept in a cardboard box till I was nearly three I bathed myself in a muddy river runnin' by our shack By the time that I had reached thirteen I'd been through hell and back I've been thrown from pillar to post I've been banged around and scarred I've done so much I've seen so much And I've lived so fast and hard Mama died when I was young and I never knew my dad I never had the lovin' care that other children had I spent five years in an orphan's home, but I ran off one day And I hoboed an old freight train to San Francisco Bay I fought in the war, I've been in jail There ain't much I ain't done I'd lived as much as any man Before I was twenty one I've been thrown from pillar to post I've been banged around and scarred I've done so much I've seen so much And I've lived so fast and hard (Contributed by - September 2010)

    


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