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Cut Timber On A Windy Day lyrics and chords are provided for your
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Don't Cut Timber On A Windy Day Recorded by Sonny James Written by Ted Riedel
C I once had a friend named Joe G7 Am The biggest lumberjack in old Idaho C He worked like a dog from day to day G7 Am He drew ten cents an hour for his pay
C Come Saturday evening it had him a ball G7 Am It'd ride him along over Idaho Falls C But now old Joe he's laid to rest G7 Am He forgot the slogan that he learned best G7 (he learned best he learned best)
C Am Don't you cut timber on a windy day F C Stay out of wood better listen what I say Am Winds in the top’s liable go either way F G7 C Don't you cut timber on a windy day
Repeat #3 x2
C Now Joe had a girl and her name was Anne G7 Am Had arms like a bull and muscles like a man C And when she heard old Joe was dead G7 Am She picked up her ax and away she fled
C Up in the mountains where the trees grow tall G7 Am It was in her mind to cut 'em all C Folks around here say to this day G7 Am That Ann's still up they're chopping away G7 (chopping away chopping away)
C Am Don't you cut timber on a windy day F C Stay out of wood better listen what I say Am Winds in the top’s liable go either way F G7 C Don't you cut timber on a windy day Am (Don't you cut timber on a windy day F C Don't you cut timber on a windy windy day)
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