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Me Oh My

Oh me oh my.

Hazel Green's on the front porch swing
Playin' with the band on her wedding ring
Radio plays the local news
Since the old man left she's a little confused.

Jimmy's out rollin' in his pickup truck
Grippin' the wheel, cursing his luck
Playin' chicken on Highway 9
Straddlin' a bottle and a double yellow line.
Oh me oh my
When you get a little low
You gotta get a little high.

Abigail's laying by the railroad tracks
Starin' at the moon, thinking of Jack
Souvenirs in an old milk crate
Gonna add a few pounds to the Union freight.
Oh, me oh my
When you get a little low
You gotta get a little high.
Oh, me oh my
When you get a little low
You gotta get a little high.

Willie came home a little too soon
Bringin' Beth a rose in the afternoon
He just sat there and listened through the paper-thin walls
Tearin' off petals and watching them fall.

And I've been sittin' since a quarter to three
Watchin' reruns on an old tv
This dang guitar's got a broken string
Since you left I ain't written one thing.
Oh, me oh my
When you get a little low
You gotta get a little high.
Oh, me oh my
When you get a little low
You gotta get a little high.

credits

from If I Left This World, released March 17, 2017
Greg Wickham - Vocals, acoustic guitar
Sam Platt - Drums
Richard Burgess - Bass
Fred Wickham - Electric guitar, harmony vocals
Marco Pascolini - Electric guitar
Fred Wickham, Jr. - Mandolin
Bart Colliver - Accordion
Todd Etter - Fiddle
Clarke Wyatt - Banjo
Front Porch Choir - All of the above plus Kyle Dahlquist, Kasey Rausch, Matt Brahl, Peyton Brahl, Chad Boydston, Kristie Stremel, Lauren Hughes, and Elsie Wickham - Background Vocals

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Greg Wickham Kansas City, Missouri

Greg Wickham burst onto the Americana/alt. country scenes with Hadacol. After recording the acclaimed Better Than This and All In Your Head, Hadacol went on an indefinite hiatus. Greg decided to vanish for a long while. But his Hadacol family and a slew of great musicians joined him for a joyous return to what he loves - making music with and for friends, family and anyone who loves a good song. ... more

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