Don’t Forget The Coffee Billy Joe lyrics and chords
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your personal use only, it's a very good country song written and
recorded by Tom T. Hall.
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Don’t Forget The Coffee Billy Joe Written and recorded by Tom T. Hall
C F C It snowed the night before and it had frozen on the ground F C G7 We didn't have a car and we lived seven miles from town F C F And I can hear my daddy's voice so many years ago C F C Sayin' don't forget the coffee Billy Joe
G7 F C Momma needs her medicine she's got that real bad cough G7 F C We'll get our check on Monday tell ol' Sam we'll pay him off F C F You catch a ride when you get to the blacktop road C F C Don't forget the coffee Billy Joe
F C Me and Quentin went back on the hill and we cut some woods F C G7 Burnin' in that old warm mornin' stove it sure smelled good F C F Daddy couldn't get work then and I was just a child C F C And God was on vacation for a while
G7 F C Well if you see Fred you tell him I'll come help him kill them hogs G7 F C And ask him if he'd still be interested in my dog F C F Don't hang around that poolroom all day we might get more snow C F C And don't forget the coffee Billy Joe
F C Well they wonder why there ain't no rabbits left this day and time F C G7 To tell the truth I guess we ate 'em all in '49 F C F Was that yesterday or was it over twenty years ago C F C Don't forget the coffee Billy Joe
F C Now pay attention son don't forget the coffee Billy Joe
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