DONNA ULISSE


Child Of The Great Depression Lyrics

Chicken in the skillet on an old gas stove
Pot full of string beans simmerin' low on the fire
Corn and tomatoes from the garden out back
Buttermilk biscuits on the oven rack risin' higher
Family dinner Sunday afternoon
A way of life Maudie holds on to

CHORUS:
She's a child of the great depression
And she counts it as her greatest lesson
The tired, hungry years, they showed her how
To taste the good, sweet life she's livin' now

She still hangs her laundry out on the line
Does a little bakin' while the clothes are dryin'
outside
She don't let anything go to waste
So don't let her catch you throwin' nothin' away,
'specially time
Front porch swingin' when the dishes are done
Tellin' us stories of days long gone

CHORUS:
She's a child of the great depression
And she counts it as her greatest lesson
The tired, hungry years, they showed her how
To taste the good, sweet life she's livin' now

BRIDGE:
Beyond her window all the world has changed
But inside those walls life is still the same

CHORUS:
She's a child of the great depression
And she counts it as her greatest lesson
The tired, hungry years, they showed her how
To taste the good, sweet life she's livin' now

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Songwriter(s): Marc Rossi, Donna Ulisse
Publisher(s): Vision Productions Inc. D/B/a Uncle Hadley Music, Copyright Control
Record Label(s): 2008 Hadley Music Group
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