|Three Chords and the Truth|
|Studio album by The Ducky Boys|
|Released||November 16, 2004|
|The Ducky Boys chronology|
Three Chords and the Truth is the third studio album of The Ducky Boys. It was recorded and released in 2004. The group reverted to a three piece band with a big, professional recorded sound for the album. This is the Ducky Boy's second album with Thorp Records and their first with guitarist Douglas Sullivan.
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All songs written by Mark Lind, except where noted.
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Three Chords and the Truth may refer to:
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