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lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use, this is a very
good to do song by Anne Murray. It has a nice rhythm, a pretty melody
and easy to make chords, you can easily learn it.
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Cotton Jenny recorded by Anne Murray written by Gordon Lightfoot
C F C There's a house on a hill by a worn down weathered old mill G7 In the valley be-low where the river winds C There's no such thing as bad times F C And a soft southern flame oh Cotton Jenny's her name G7 She wakes me up when the sun goes down C And the wheels of love go round
F C Wheels of love go round love go roun-d D7 G7 Love go round a joyful soun-d C F G7 I ain't got a penny for Cotton Jenny to spend but then C The wheels go roun-d
F C When the new day be-gins I go down to the cotton gin G7 And I make my time worthwhile to them C Then I climb back up a-gain F C And she waits by the door oh Cotton Jenny I'm sore G7 She rubs my feet while the sun goes down C And the wheels of love go round
F C In the hot sickly south when they say well shut my mouth G7 I can never be free from the cotton grind C But I know I got what's mine F C A soft southern flame oh Cotton Jenny's her name G7 She wakes me up when the sun goes down C And the wheels of love go round
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